The species shows a preference for woodland rides and sometimes is coastal. Not frequent on calcareous soils.
Univoltine. The females fly from early April to October, males from June to September.
This bee is widely polylectic.
A solitary mining bee nesting in areas exposed to the sun. The main burrow is almost vertical down to a depth of some 20 cm, where it is widened into a blind ending. Cells are constructed, each at the end of a short lateral burrow, starting at a depth of 10 cm below the ground level. Cells are pyriform with polished walls, and are sealed after being provisioned and an egg laid. The pollen provisioned is frequently yellow. After copulation, the young females hibernate in the maternal nest, lengthening the burrow to 40-50 cm and constructing individual hibernaculae. It has been suggested that the foundress female may live up to two years
This has been ID’d as Lasioglossum zonulum But to be 100% sure it would need a sample sending in.