Length: 8-16 mm. A sexually dimorphic species. The female has a white tip to the abdomen, a white mark at the base of the thorax, and white banded antennae. The male is markedly different with yellow and black legs and abdomen, a bright yellow scutellum and no bands on the antennae.
Hedgerows and well wooded areas.
March to November
Under recorded - hardly any British records exist for this species.
Little recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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