Andrena haemorrhoa (Fabricius 1781) (Family Apidae)


Male

Female

Length: Male 9-11mm, Female: 10-11mm;
Forewing Length: Male 7-9mm, Female 8-10mm
Egg Larva Pupa Adult
? ? ? April - June
(Earliest: 31.3)
(Winter)

Attractant Chemicals
Sesquiterpenoids Farnesene, Farnesol, Farnesyl Hexanoate
Fatty Alcohols Hendecanol, Tridecanol

Biotopes:
Meadows

Wet Forest

Hedge Rows

Spruce Forest Edge
Food:
Several Asteraceae Nectar, Pollen

Several Rosaceae Nectar, Pollen

Anthriscus sylvestris Nectar, Pollen

Heracleum sphondylium Nectar, Pollen

Alliaria petiolata Nectar, Pollen

Cardamine hirsuta Nectar, Pollen

Ranunculus ficaria Nectar, Pollen

Oxalis acetosella Nectar, Pollen

Salix Nectar, Pollen

Cytisus scoparius Pollen
Nest:
Bare Ground
Nest Parasites:
Nomada ruficornis

Atlas Hymenoptera: Andrena haemorrhoa, Europe
BWARS: Andrena haemorrhoa
Nature Spot: Early Mining Bee - Andrena haemorrhoa
Dutch Bees and their Relations: Andrena haemorrhoa
Wildbienen: Sand- bzw. Erdbienen: Andrena haemorrhoa
Insektenbox: Rotschopfige Sandbiene


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