Hier folgt eine Auswahl wissenschaftlicher Artikel, die sich mit Vespa velutina oder Vespa crabro beschäftigen.

In deutscher Sprache:

  • Witt, R. 2015. Erstfund eines Nestes der Asiatischen Hornisse Vespa velutina Lepeletier, 1838 in Deutschland und Details zum Nestbau (Hymenoptera, Vespinae). Ampulex, 7, 42-53 [PDF]
  • Ages Broschüre Asiatische Hornisse Vespa velutina (2019)

Über die Hornisse Vespa crabro in Österreich in deutscher Sprache:

  • Walzl, M.G. 1987. Beobachtungen an einem Riesennest der Hornisse (Vespa  crabro) (Vespidae: Hymenoptera) in Südkärnten. Carinthia II, 177/97, 337-343. [PDF]
  • Pfitzner, G. 1983. Das Verbreitungsbild der Hornisse (Vespa crabro) in der Linzer Stadtlandschaft. ÖKO.L, 5, 3-9. [PDF]

In englischer Sprache:

  • Budge, G.E., Hodgetts, J., Jones E.P., Ostoja-Starzewski, J.C., Hall, J., Tomkies, V., Semmence, N., Brown, M., Wakefield, M., Stainton, K. (2017) The invasion, provenance and diversity of Vespa velutina Lepeletier (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Great Britain. PLoS ONE 12(9): e0185172. [PDF]
  • Franklin, D. N., Brown, M. A., Datta, S., Cuthbertson, A. G., Budge, G. E., & Keeling, M. J. (2017). Invasion dynamics of Asian hornet, Vespa velutina (Hymenoptera: Vespidae): a case study of a commune in south-west France. Applied Entomology and Zoology, 52(2), 221-229. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Tourat, A., Arca, M., Bonnard, O., Arnold, G., & Thiéry, D. (2017). Daily and Seasonal Extranidal Behaviour Variations in the Invasive Yellow-Legged Hornet, Vespa velutina Lepeletier (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Journal of Insect Behavior, 30(2), 220-230. [PDF]
  • Keeling, M. J., Franklin, D. N., Datta, S., Brown, M. A., & Budge, G. E. (2017). Predicting the spread of the Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) following its incursion into Great Britain. Scientific Reports, 7. [PDF]
  • Bertolino, S., Lioy, S., Laurino, D., Manino, A. & Porporato M. 2016. Spread of the invasive yellow-legged hornet Vespa velutina (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Italy. Applied Entomology and Zoology. [PDF]
  • Rome, Q., Muller, F. J., Touret‐Alby, A., Darrouzet, E., Perrard, A., & Villemant, C. 2015. Caste differentiation and seasonal changes in Vespa velutina (Hym.: Vespidae) colonies in its introduced range. Journal of Applied Entomology, 139(10), 771-782. [PDF]
  • Villemant, C., Zuccon, D., Rome, Q., Muller, F., Poinar Jr, G. O., & Justine, J. L. 2015. Can parasites halt the invader? Mermithid nematodes parasitizing the yellow-legged Asian hornet in France. PeerJ, 3, e947. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Moreau, J., Poidatz, J., Bonnard, O. & Thiéry, D. 2015. Behavioral syndrome in a native and an invasive hymenoptera species. Insect Science, 22, 541-548.  [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Maher, N., Bonnard, O. and Thiéry, D. 2015. Evaluation of competition between a native and an invasive hornet species: do seasonal phenologies overlap? Bulletin of Entomological Research, 105, 462-469. [PDF]
  • Couto, A., Monceau, K., Bonnard, O., Thiéry, D. & Sandoz, J.-C. 2014. Olfactory attraction of the hornet Vespa velutina to honeybee colony odors and pheromones. PLoS ONE, 9, e115943. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Bonnard, O., Moreau, J. and Thiéry, D. 2014. Spatial distribution of Vespa velutina individuals hunting at domestic honeybee hives: heterogeneity at a local scale. Insect Science, 21, 765–774. [PDF]
  • Arca, M., Papachristoforou, A., Mougel, F., Rortais, A., Monceau, K., Bonnard, O., Tardy, P., Thiéry, D., Silvain, J.-F. & Arnold, G. 2014. Defensive behaviour of Apis mellifera against Vespa velutina in France: testing whether European honeybees can develop an effective collective defence against a new predator. Behavioural Processes, 106, 122-129. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Bonnard, O. & Thiéry, D. 2014. Vespa velutina: a new invasive predator of honeybees in Europe. Journal of Pest Science, 87, 1-16. [PDF]
  • Ueno, T. 2014. Establishment of the Invasive Hornet Vespa velutina (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Japan.
    IJCEBS, 2, 220-222. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Bonnard, O. & Thiéry, D. 2013. Relationship between the age of Vespa velutina workers and their defensive behaviour established from colonies maintained in the laboratory. Insectes Sociaux, 60, 437-444. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Arca, M., Leprêtre, L., Mougel, F., Bonnard, O., Silvain, J.-F., Maher, N., Arnold, G. & Thiéry, D. 2013. Native prey and invasive predator patterns of foraging activity: the case of the yellow-legged hornet predation at European honeybee hives. PLoS ONE, 8, e66492. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Maher, N., Bonnard, O. & Thiéry, D. 2013. Predation dynamics study of the recently introduced honeybee killer Vespa velutina: learning from the enemy. Apidologie, 44, 209-221. [PDF]
  • Choi, M. B., Martin, S. J. & Lee, J. W. 2012. Distribution, spread, and impact of the invasive hornet Vespa velutina in South Korea. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 15, 473-477. [PDF]
  • Monceau, K., Bonnard, O. & Thiéry, D. 2012. Chasing the queens of the alien predator of honeybees: a water drop in the invasiveness ocean. Open Journal of Ecology, 2, 183-191. [PDF]
  • Villemant, C., Barbet-Massin, M., Perrard, A., Muller, F., Gargominy, O., Jiguet, F. & Rome, Q. 2011. Predicting the invasion risk by the alien bee-hawking Yellow-legged hornet Vespa velutina nigrithorax across Europe and other continents with niche models. Biological Conservation, 144, 2142-2150. [PDF]
  • Perrard, A., Haxaire, J., Rortais, A. & Villemant, C. 2009. Observations on the colony activity of the Asian hornet Vespa velutina Lepeletier 1836 (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Vespinae) in France. Annales de la Société entomologique de France, 45, 119-127. [PDF]
  • Tan, K., Radloff, S. E., Li, J. J., Hepburn, H. R., Yang, M. X., Zhang, L. J. & Neumann, P. 2007. Bee-hawking by the wasp, Vespa velutina, on the honeybees Apis cerana and A. mellifera. Naturwissenschaften 94, 469-472. [PDF]