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March 2011 - Sandhills Hornet
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Sandhills Hornet, Vespula arenaria
Sandhills Hornet, Vespula arenaria

The Sandhills Hornet is black with vivid yellow markings on its head, thorax and across the abdomen. It also has yellow legs. Hornets feed on nectar and live in paper-like hanging nests. Measuring less than 3/4 in/20 mm they are common across all of North America except the southern states.

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