Female, clypeus, rim | Female, mandible, 2 ridges that run down the outer surface | Female, pits on T2 and T3 | Male, abdomen, shape of S1 | Male, length of vertex | Sex, number of antennal segments | State or province where bee was collected

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

6AL    6CT    6DC    6DE    6FL    6GA    6IL    6IN    6KY    6MA    6MD    6ME    6MI    6MS    6NC    6NH    6NJ    6NY    4New Brunswick    4Nova Scotia    6OH    6Ontario    6PA    6Quebec    6RI    6SC    6TN    6VA    6VT    6WI    6WV   

2. Sex, number of antennal segments

312, female    313, male   



3. Female, mandible, 2 ridges that run down the outer surface

1The two ridges MERGE at or before reaching the basal third    2The two ridges remain SEPARATE to the base, or if merging, then merging near the base   



4. Female, clypeus, rim

1A knob half the size of the ocelli present at the FAR sides of the rim    2Small knobs, much less than half the size of the ocelli present on the sides of the slight concave central portion of the rim, may be none or 1-3   



5. Female, pits on T2 and T3    [Explain]

2Equally sized or just minutely smaller on T2    1Pits of the 2nd segment noticeably smaller than those of the 3rd segment   

6. Male, abdomen, shape of S1    [Explain]

1H. carinata - Rim squared off or concave and with a very tall, clearly taller than wide, prominent mound in the center of the segment    1H. leavitti - Rim, while roughly triangular, does not come to a distinct point like variolosus but rather to a gently rounded point that also covers much of S2 Back from the tip of the segment it gently rises in elevation to the summit of a gentle mound that is roughly in the center of the segment, the location of the mound can be difficult to determine if the specimen is curled up    1H. variolosa - Rim stretches to a clear point, that point extending out and hiding much of S2 - Back from the point the segment gently rises in elevation with the very low summit of that rise located about one third of the segment back from the point, this can be difficult to determine if the specimens is curled up   




7. Male, length of vertex

1Vertex long, distance from lateral ocelli to rear of margin head GREATER than distance between lateral ocelli    2Vertex shorter, distance from lateral ocelli to rear margin of head EQUAL to or LESS than distance between lateral ocelli