How Large Can Hornets Get?

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Some species of hornets can get up to 5.5 centimetres in length. They are the largest eusocial wasps, which are taxonomically classified under the family Vespidae. The true hornets belong to the genus Vespa, and one can tell them apart from the others by their larger vertex.
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1. Spray the nest with hornet or wasp spray in the early morning or early evening when hornets are least active. Stand as far away from the nest as possible, taking care to avoid
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Slam it with a stick and run after consulting a professional of course! :D.
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Hornets differentiate themselves from wasps by building aerial nest. If it is underground, it's probably a wasp. Bug sprays will kill both hornets and wasps.
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Could be a type of wasp. Look up wasps native to your area and try and match it up.
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