Faroe Islands

There are no mosquitoes on the Faroe Islands, but there are also no bees.

An excerpt from the article 26 facts about Faroe Islands

In the 1990s, wasps appeared there, which probably came to the island by ship. It is said that the appearance of wasps caused fear among the locals (it was similar in Iceland).

The dominant insect in the archipelago is the moth (Hepialus humuli), which has also adorned the 200-crown banknote since 2004.