Crabro mucronatus (MORAWITZ,1866)
This species is very similar to C. elongatulus in appearance and habits. It was formally added to the British list by Packer (1981) from specimens collected in Kent during 1978. The species has also been located in slightly older collections from Kent.
Now found mainly in south-east England although recently collected as far north as N.E. Yorkshire. The species appears to be locally frequent in Kent but scarce elsewhere. Abroad, the species is found rather sporadically in Europe, China, Taiwan and Japan (Lomholdt 1975-76).