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Japanese giant hornet

Japanese giant hornet

The Japanese giant hornet is a subspecies of the world's largest hornet, the Asian giant hornet. It is a large insect and adults can be more than 4.5 centimetres long, with a wingspan greater than 6 centimetres. It has a large yellow head with large eyes, and a dark brown thorax with an abdomen banded in brown and yellow. The Japanese giant hornet has three small, simple eyes on the top of the head between the two large compound eyes. As the name implies, it is endemic to the Japanese islands, where it prefers rural areas where it can find trees to nest in. In Japanese it is known as the ōsuzumebachi. ... more on Wikipedia

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