Of the five subspecies that exist in Europe, the iberian population just belongs to ssp. yarrowianus ( Rasmont, 1986).
Females: 15-18 mm.
Males: 11-14 mm.
Black colour, with yellow collar, t1 and T2. The gaster is white. Ventral region dark. Black pins.
It has not been evaluated.
No threats described.
Females: short head, with the malar space shortest than it distal width.
Bombus jonellus is a paleartic and montain species. The iberian population appears at the Pirineo navarro and oscense, Cordillera Cantabrica and Sierra de Urbion.
Potential distribution map at the present time
Potential distribution map in 2050 with the same level of pollution emission and the climate changes consequence of these contamination levels
Maps are made with GBIF data of this specie in Iberian Peninsula
Flight period: April - late September.
Two generations of queens annual.
Nest built on the ground, on the surface, in trees or in abandoned nests of vertebrates.
It has been collected in Ericaceae, Cupresaceae, Salicaceae and Rosaceae.
The colonies are small and the most common biotopes are the meadows and fields of Ericaceae.