Nomada facilis Schwarz, 1967

Description and notes

Discovered as new to Britain in 2017 by David Notton and Hannah Norman. The discovery was made from a specimen collected in a garden in Lewisham in May 2017. Subsequently a small number of specimens from southern England have been identified, dating back to 1802. Full details are given in: Notton, D.G. and Norman, H., 2017.


Southern England

Status (in Britain only)

Rare and probably declining (Notton and Norman, 2017)


See Notton and Norman, 2017 (above)