Andrena separata Smith, 1847.
A. labialis is among the largest of our Andrena species and the male is very distinctive, having a large yellow area on the face between the mandibles. Males patrol along hedge-lines and over tall vegetation which contains early-flowering legumes (Fabaceae), such as yellow vetchling (Lathyrus sp.).
This species is locally common in the midlands and southern Britain. It is widespread in northern and central Europe.