Nomada germanica_homonym Fabricius, 1804, Nomada ferruginata var. cinctiventris Friese, 1921, Nomada integra nigra Schwarz, 1967
This Nomada is one of those with a gaster which is red-brown with yellow spots. It is not often found, but may be sought wherever its host Andrena humilis Imhoff is present. It has been the subject of a lot of name changes in recent years, the current name being now generally accepted as the correctly applied one.
Moderately widely distributed in England from the south coast north to Yorkshire, but absent from large areas of Wales and East Anglia. It is also unrecorded from Scotland and Ireland, but there is an old record from the Channel Islands.
Overseas, widely distributed over most of Europe, North Africa and near-eastern Asia.