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Oh great...that's all we need. I came across a thing called the Vespa mandarinia Japonica when we were in Japan, which is even scarier (don't Google it if you are of nervous disposition). The local honeybees, unfortunately not our European bees, have learnt to cluster round them and suffocate them. I've also seen contraptions fitted to the front of beehives not so much to prevent the hornets getting in but to catch them, in a kind of lobster pot design. Why? Because they're considered a delicacy deep fried!

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