Asian hornets have been seens across Britain in the last two years. Hornets are the largest members of the wasp family Vespidae and this predatory species could have a devastating impact on British honeybees.

Dr Gavin Broad, a wasp expert at the Museum, explains why British beekeepers are concerned about the Asian hornet (Vespa velutina), a species that first arrived in Britain in 2016.

Read the full article here:  Why Asian hornets are bad news for British bees | Natural History Museum

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