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Andrena don't have queens. Just males or females.
Thanks Mydaea, I did not know that . Always learn something new here !
Queens only exist in social species (bumbles, honeybees, ants, social wasps) that have sterile (in practice, most of the time) female workers.
Irish records are really good to have. Could you inform the National Biodiversity Data Centre in Waterford? They are gathering in as much bee data as they can
Hi Stuart , I submit them all to NBDC as a matter of course , this location is good for many species , saw A.clarkella , A. nigroena and N goodeniana there as well today .
Lat/Lng: 52.590118408203, -7.7872471809387
OS grid ref: SF082148