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Red-shanked Carder-bee is Bombus ruderarius, not B. rupestris. This bee is neither, I think, but lapidarius.
[Edit] The second image does look less like lapidarius and more like rupestris. I am still not clear which species you think it is.
Thank you for your comment, I hope it is rupestris, but new to the identifying procedure, have more photos and will put some more on. Have many bee's here and trying to catalogue everything to try and halt the development of the Farm I live on. Thank you again. Please keep looking.
Thank you Matt, I managed to confuse myself completely on this one. Thanks for your expertise and help. Simon.
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