I have also seen that they believe there is more than one. Hopefully they find the rest soon.They feel there is more then one... tracking isn't so hard except in WA its himalayan blackberry brambles and some ruff terrain, and well, they may have over compulated things
In japan the centuries old practice is they trap the forgers and tie a ribbon to them, then its game on !! chasing the ribbon threw the woods like a fox hunt to find the nest, dig it up, and pan fry the larva!
Its so deep in the culture they make sports drinks out of it !!!
My wife keeps wanting get these "oysters" you speak of, and I have no interest in trying themwell who am I to judge, I have cut and cooked "oysters" here in the rockies ... culture is culture.. and some times there is no accounting for taste
hornet suit, made to deal with the extra long stingersWhere can you get these bee suits
Bruces in SeveranceMy wife keeps wanting get these "oysters" you speak of, and I have no interest in trying them
I am Lmao looking at the West Coast chic bee suits required by snowflake state functionaries! I know that they can sting! I also know that Japan and CHINA are full of people not killed by these bee parasites. I applaud all steps to wipe them out at least till China reintroduces them, but any commercial beek with a little forethought and remuneration could handle anything these bugs have to offer.
I drive by there several times a year and am still not interestedBruces in Severance
she can order oysters.... you can order a different "cut" of meat , its one of the few places you can order a Yak burger
that is a lot of queens. Even if only a few made it out this nest or out of other nests that may exist, this is badInside. researchers found:
—190 total larvae that developed from eggs.
—108 pupae, the next stage after larvae. They were nearly all queens.
—112 workers, which included 85 workers previously vacuumed out of the nest.