Lasius sabularum is one of the Lasius species with yellow workers. It is very similar to L. mixtus. It differs in having 2 or 3 sub-erect hairs on hind tibia. Males have serrated mandibles. This species has been re-established and redefined by Seifert (1988).
Scattered records across England, Wales and Ireland
It occurs across the western Palaearctic.