This appears to be a relatively uncommon, but widespread, species. Thought to be a willow specialist, though so far no VT specimens have come from willows. Vermont records from Windham, Washington, and Essex County as early as late April and as late as mid-July (a very worn female).
Identification: Not readily identified from photos. A moderately-sized Andrena, lacking hair bands on abdomen.
Similar Species: Many other Andrena appear similar in photos
Known or Suspected Parasites: None known
Global Status: Not Ranked
Vermont Status: Not Ranked
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Living Atlas Species Page
Distribution: To see the global distribution, check out the iNaturalist account, and toggle the GBIF layer on the map.