Eucera tuberculata (aucct. nec FABRICIUS, 1793);
This species was previously known as E. tuberculata (F.).
Mainly south-east England, particularly Kent and East Sussex. Very rare, with no British record since J.C. Felton collected the species at Maplesden, Kent, in 1970 (Booth Museum, Brighton) and K.M. Guichard took another at Pluckley, Kent, in 1966 (Natural History Museum, London). There are several records of this species and E. longicornis being found in the same locality. Not found in Ireland. Widely distributed in Europe and North Africa (Baker 1964; Kullenberg, Buel & Tkalcu 1984, the latter providing a distribution map).