Jersey's government is being urged to do more to eradicate the Asian Hornet from the island.
It follows the appointment of a coordinator to encourage more people to report sightings of the insect which eats honeybees that pollinate crops.
Last month, a new co-ordinator was appointed on a six month contract to raise awareness of the issue, encourage more people to report sightings, and work through a plan to eradicate or at least reduce the numbers of the insects.
But Andrew Le Quesne from Earth Project Jersey believes the government needs to invest more money in tackling the problem.
The government point out they have a 'Management Plan' to tackle the Asian Hornet which sets out to:
You can read more about the plan here.