A VT record of this species, from Union Village (Orange County), is referenced in a 1972 taxonomic revision. We are not aware of any additional records. It is active in the spring and thought to be a willow specialist.

Identification: Likely challenging to ID from photos. One of a few Andrena with two submarginal cells in the wing. Males have extensive yellow marks on their face.

Similar Species: Other species in the subgenus Parandrena also have two submarginal cells and yellow outside the clypeus. So far none are known from VT, but Andrena wellesleyana could occur here.

Known or Suspected Parasites: None known.

Global Status: Not Ranked

Vermont Status: Not Ranked


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