Viper’s bugloss mason bee, common in Europe, was spotted for the first time in Britain in a London park

Brexit may have caused an anti-immigration buzz but a traveller from the continent has made the UK its new home: the viper’s bugloss mason bee.

The bee is common in the UK’s European neighbours but has been discovered for the first time in this country, in a small park in Greenwich, London.

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Source: Guardian Environment