Hylaeus parvulus Schenck, 1853, Halictus striatus Schenck, 1868, Halictus ferrugineipes Schenck, 1868
Although widespread, this is essentially a southern species, found from Cornwall to Kent and north to North Wales and Norfolk. There is also, however, an outlying locality in Cumberland, this being by far the most northerly occurrence. Absent from Ireland. It occurs on many of the Channel Islands.
Abroad, this is a western Palaearctic species, occurring to Iran in the east and north to southern Sweden and Lithuania.