Small dark male solitary bee from coastal grassland Prawle.
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After my wildly optimistic punt at a species (the andrena that most likely looked like it on BWARS) I missed the other two members of the Andrenidae at the bottom of the page.
If I'm correct in thinking there are only two panurgus species in the UK, and both occur at Prawle (NBN) the size if known would be a useful character. In which case if this was small (as I initially thought) p.calceratus would be the likely species, however looking at the width of the specimen in relation to my middle finger (which is in the picture - 15mm at its narrowest ) this would suggest the bee is actually in excess of 10mm, which would make p.banksianus the more likely candidiate (all massive speculation on my part - hymenoptera are a foreign country for me).
This revision of the likely size of the bee would also have ramifications for the hitcher:-
Lat/Lng: 50.2047, -3.7191
OS grid ref: SX774352