The UK is being attacked by millions of overseas birds of prey carrying migratory disease.
By coming into the warmer climate, the worm bird called Harlequin appeared as it might blacken their black wings.
Insects, from Asia, carry the fungal disease of Laboulbeniales STI.
People can't catch it but bites and bell are caused by bites.
They have reports in Liverpool that even fall from the roof to food.
Steve McGrail, an expert in pest control, suggested that windows should be hung out to keep them out.
The insects have been named Britain's most aggressive species, by killing seven of the country's native female females introducing both common areas.
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Experts are concerned that the fungus, which is passed through through standing, submits to our native species of heather.
Fearing the native nunnery as a result of the loss of the natural habitat, there is a fear that this would cause their numbers to decrease again.
This could have a negative impact on the British ecosystem, being a source of food for birds, bats, larger insects and other wildlife.