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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Dara Siegel was getting into her car last weekend when she saw a massive dead hornet on her driveway. The idea that it might be a murder hornet was terrible.
She saw more in her backyard, and so did the neighbours. Anyone who finds a giant hornet is asked to take good quality photos of the specimen from the side, top and bottom and to contact the agriculture information contact centre at the Ontario ministry of agriculture food and rural affairs at If nothing else, Kozak says OMAFRA might gain a better understanding of where European hornets live in the province as more people pay attention and report them. European hornets grow millimetres from head to abdomen.
They live in large colonies beginning with a single queen and grow in population over the season. They are not known to be a pest to honeybees or humans. That said, Kozak says keeping distant from a hive of large stinging insects is always a good idea. Copyright owned or d by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited.
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Not ‘murder hornets’ — another large hornet reported in Ontario