Females look for safe places for themselves inside trees or in wooden buildings. The building material for the nest is recycled wood and crust.
After processing wood with hornets, a material appears that resembles thin papyrus. Further creation of the nest occurs from this substance.
Its shape can be round or oval. Attachment takes place with the help of insect salivary fluid. After drying, it hardens and serves as "cement".
Hornets arrange nests deep in shelters, after which the uterus goes into hibernation.