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Asian Giant Hornet findings


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#1 Offline ConcordAntman - Posted November 14 2020 - 6:23 AM

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I know this is behind a paywall but I think it’s of interest considering the potential risk to Apis mellifera. The New York Times does allow a few free views per month I think. Surprised there aren’t any other threads on this hornet in this section. 

https://nyti.ms/2IuMgxb



#2 Offline OhNoNotAgain - Posted November 25 2020 - 10:01 AM

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Yeah, my looooong thread is in the General Off-Topic section. But what worries me is (1) are there other nests out there and (2) how many queens survived and possibly mated?

I also posted a video iirc about Asian honeybees cooking the wasps to death. I wonder if it's possible to establish Asian honeybees in the US? Or is that a bad idea?

 

Here's another NYT link to burn through someone's free views. https://www.nytimes....rnet-bees.html 


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Formiculture Journals::

Veromessor pergandei, andrei; Novomessor cockerelli

Camponotus fragilis; also separate journal: Camponotus sansabeanus, vicinus, quercicola

Liometopum occidentale;  Prenolepis imparis; Myrmecocystus mexicanus

Pogonomyrmex subnitidus and previously californicus

Tetramorium sp.

Termites: Zootermopsis angusticollis

 

Isopods: A. gestroi, granulatum, kluugi, maculatum, vulgare; C. murina; P. hoffmannseggi, P. haasi, P. ornatus; V. parvus

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