A yellow, black and white bumblebee.
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It's great to have comments from someone with more experience. I am going by the photos and descriptions in Edwards & Jenner's Field Guide, but translating from books to real life is not always easy.
We are here to help! And don't ever believe anyone who tells you Bombus are easy - a few are, but most need a lot of experience to do correctly, especially the males.
Wait until the spring and learn the queens of your common ones. The workers are mostly like small queens, so are fairly easy to do if you know the queens. Then when the males come you will know what species to expect and work from there. Most males are very different from their females, though a few are +- identical in pattern.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
Lat/Lng: 51.3, 0.0
OS grid ref: TQ3966