IMPORTANT - Remove synonyms from guide - Note that both D. mesillae and D. xerophila are synonyms of D. apacha and D. heteropoda respectively and are only included in the guide to let this be known prior to publication of this information by the author of the guide | Sex, number of antennal segments | State or province where bee was collected | Subgenus - Dieunomia vs Epinomia

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1. IMPORTANT - Remove synonyms from guide - Note that both D. mesillae and D. xerophila are synonyms of D. apacha and D. heteropoda respectively and are only included in the guide to let this be known prior to publication of this information by the author of the guide

141. Remove these synonyms    42. Display synonyms   

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

4AL    2AR    10AZ    2CA    12CO    2DE    4FL    4GA    4IA    4IL    2IN    8KS    2KY    4LA    2MD    2MI    4MN    4MO    4MS    4Mexico    4NC    4ND    6NE    2NJ    16NM    4NV    2OH    6OK    4OR    2PA    4SC    4SD    4TN    15TX    8UT    2VA    2WV    4WY   

3. Sex, number of antennal segments

9Female, 12    9Male, 13   



4. Subgenus - Dieunomia vs Epinomia

10Dieunomia - The first segment of the labial palp is greater than or equal to the subsequent segments 2-4 in terms of length - In males, the terminal antennal segment is flattened and broadened such that it is much wider in the apical half than in the basal half - In females, the hair of the scutum is entirely short and usually semi-appressed overall, giving it a more dense, crewcut appearance AND the pit interspaces in the posterior half of the scutum rarely, if ever, approach one pit diameter - In general, Dieunomia is much larger than Epinomia although D. bolliana of Dieunomia is about the size of D. triangulifera of Epinomia    8Epinomia - The first segment of the labial palp is shorter than the subsequent segments 2-4 in terms of length - In males, the terminal antennal segment is relatively unmodified and of about equal width throughout such that it appears somewhat like a fingertip - In females, there are much longer, more erect hairs present on the scutum or if with short hairs then the pit interspaces in the posterior half of the scutum almost always exceed one pit diameter at least in part - In general, Dieunomia is much larger than Epinomia although D. bolliana of Dieunomia is about the size of D. triangulifera of Epinomia