Hole in the ground, a person with me suggested it could be a Tawny bee or something like that
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Just out of curiosity, how would you distinguish this hole from those made by other similar sized Andrena species (there are quite a few)?
well i have them in my garden and i have seen them doing the same, and it did look the right size when greame took the piture.
oh and im not an expert on taxonomy of bees, it was just the latin name that came up when i searched for tawny minor bee.
i may have been being a bit over confident when i said 'definately', i didn't realise there was so many minors.
I was wondering if you might have seen other pics that were not posted. Still, worth looking nonetheless
Lat/Lng: 51.2, -1.5
OS grid ref: SU3546