The Asian hornet  

This invasive species arrived in 2004 and is continuing to spread - these nine natural history museum sources speak for themselves!

 

 INPN (France), General Dirección of Calidad Evaluación Ambiental Medio Natural (Spain), ICNF (Portugal), CURRY and DGARNE (Belgium), Università de Torino (Italy), R. Witt (Germany), NSS and NBU (United Kingdom).

As a research company  associate, I have studied various means of trapping, and developed a system of selective capture.

Now the trap has been further refined based on the hornet's flight characteristics and behavior..

This new approach includes:

       

Behavior of the insect:

              Visual recognition of the trap

              Olfactory exchange

              Information storage

              Competition from other species

Morphology and classification:

            Thorax

            Feet

            Head

            Queens (Females)

            Workers

            Drones (Males)

Trap:

           Entrance

           Bait zone

           Lethal zone

           2 different models; 

                       Static version

                       Electric version

Assessment:

           Selectivity

           Ecology

           Population regulation

           Captures

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