Abdomen, T1, surface texture between pits | Sex; number of antennal segments | State or province where bee was collected | Thorax, pronotum, shape of the dorsally-located horizontal ridge which extends along the top of the pronotum back onto the pronotal lobes

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1. State or province where bee was collected    [Explain]

4AL    4AR    2AZ    4CO    2CT    4DC    6DE    6FL    6GA    4IA    4IL    4IN    4KS    4KY    4LA    2MA    6MD    2ME    2MI    2MN    4MO    4MS    2NB    6NC    2ND    3NE    2NH    6NJ    4NM    4NY    4OH    4OK    2Ontario    4PA    2Quebec    2RI    6SC    4SD    4TN    4TX    6VA    2VT    4WI    4WV   

2. Sex; number of antennal segments

3Female; 12    3Male; 13   



3. Thorax, pronotum, shape of the dorsally-located horizontal ridge which extends along the top of the pronotum back onto the pronotal lobes

4Pronotal ridge strongly projecting to each side of the midline, taking the form of wings which approach or attain a ninety-degree point at their apices    4Pronotal ridge weakly projecting to each side of the midline, often appearing as no more than a rounded bump, or if angular then definitively obtuse and not approaching ninety-degrees   

4. Abdomen, T1, surface texture between pits

2Extremely dull, reflecting little or no light due to the dense tessellation present on the integument    4Smooth and shiny, highly reflective, with no faint lines present on the integument    2Somewhat smooth and shiny, with some metallic reflections that are only slightly obscured by faint lines on the integument