Andrena listerella (Kirby, 1802).
This is a medium-sized Andrena, one of a group of five species (A. denticulata, A. fuscipes (Kirby), A. nigriceps (Kirby), A. simillima Smith and A. tridentata (Kirby)) where the females have distinctive, triangular hind tibiae which do not incurve distally and with a strongly banded appearance to the copiously-haired abdomen. Within the group the species are all rather similar, especially the males.
Although widely dispersed throughout Great Britain and Ireland, this species is localised and rarely frequent at any one site. It is possible that the species is declining due to overall habitat loss.
A. denticulata is widespread in Europe. However, it has been categorised as Red List 3, Endangered, in Germany.