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Species Account for Andrena fulvago

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Andrena fulvago  (Christ, 1791)
a mining bee
Aculeata: Andreninae

Andrena fulvago female Copyright: Peter Harvey

 
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National status: Na
Essex RDB: Listed
Threat: Regionally Important



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Taxonomic group: bees and wasps (Aculeata) - County data   
 
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Essex Red Data List comment
forages on yellow composites

Species text
Andrena fulvago is a scarce mining bee that occurs in flower-rich grasslands, with a close association to yellow composites. In Essex it is mostly found in localities along the East Thames Corridor, with a few scattered records elsewhere. References

Species text last edited on Tue Mar 20th 2007 by user 3

Habitats

Broad Habitat Data (based on 29 records with habitat information)

no subhabitat data available

Structural Habitat Data (based on 27 records with structural habitat information)

Habitat Detail and Method (based on 24 records with habitat detail and method information)

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