Nomada mistura SMITH 1851
A small Nomada immediately distinguished from all other British species by the raised, flat area between the antennal insertions (in other species this area is in the form of a longitudinal carina).
Widely distributed throughout Britain and Ireland, though generally scarce and very local. There are no records of the species from the Channel Islands. A northern and central European species, ranging from southern Finland to France, Germany and the former Yugoslavia.