Index - Tech-Science - Europe's largest hornet overruns Hungarian parks and gardens

Index – Tech-Science – Europe’s largest hornet overruns Hungarian parks and gardens

In a statement issued by the Hungarian Society of Ornithology and Nature Conservation (MME) on Wednesday, it drew attention to the fact that daggers are not only dangerous to humans or domestic animals, but they also help control the reproduction of beetles, for example, biologically. .

The giant dagger wasp is the largest wasp in Europe and the largest membranous wing of our continent, its length can reach five centimeters. The female has a yellow head and the male has a bluish black head. Because they are harmless, their destruction is unnecessary.

The giant hornet is an insect protected in Hungary and has an ideological value of fifty thousand forints.

However, ignorance causes many of these animals to die year after year, for example due to pesticides that do their job without sufficient training.

Conservationists point out that these insects should not be confused with social wasps, including horse wasps, which live in family communities and are common and aggressive around the home, with a distinctive black and yellow pattern.

They have stings too

Daggers also have a sting, but that (unless we catch them) is not used against us. Dagger’s venom is used not to cause pain, but to paralyze the larvae.

Dagger wasps are parasites, they need the larvae of large insects, especially beetles, to reproduce and lay eggs. Therefore, we can expect them to appear mostly as there are large and often large amounts of beetles, stag beetles, rhinoceros beetles and rose beetles in the soil, decomposing wood and manure. They are paralyzed by their stabs and then pollinated, and their hatched larvae consume the beach, which is still alive from within. daggers so

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