Female, abdomen,T6, shape in profile | Female, head, clypeus, rim | Female, head, clypeus, surface sculpting | Female, head, mandibles, number of teeth | Female, scopa, legs and sides of thorax, hair color | Male, abdomen, S1 and S2, rim | Male, abdomen, S3, hair fringe | Male, abdomen, S3, rim | Male, abdomen, T7, rim | Male, head, antennae, last segment | Male, head, antennae, segments 8-11 | Male, head, mandible, fringe of hair along the bottom | Sex, number of antennal segments | State or province where bee was collected | Subgenus

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1. State or province where bee was collected

14AL    12CT    12DC    12DE    12FL    14GA    10IL    10IN    12KY    12MA    12MD    12ME    10MI    14MS    12NC    10NH    12NJ    14NY    8New Brunswick    2Newfoundland and Labrador    8Nova Scotia    12OH    14Ontario    14PA    5Prince Edward Island    12Quebec    10RI    12SC    4SD    12TN    14VA    10VT    10WI    14WV   

2. Sex, number of antennal segments

1012, female    1013, male   



3. Female, abdomen,T6, shape in profile

6Rim distinctly bent to an angle roughly 110 to 135 degrees relative to the rear face of segment    6Rim indistinctly bent to an angle between 145 and 170 degrees relative to the rear face of the segment   



4. Female, head, clypeus, rim    [Explain]

3Viewed from top the rim is distinctly concave in center, when viewed end on the rim edge is thin and narrow , though may undulate    7Viewed from top the rim is straight or nearly so, when viewed end on the rim appears bent up and back on either side of center making the rim appear to be thickened    4Viewed from top the rim is straight or nearly so, when viewed end on the rim may appear a little bit thick, but not because it is bent up and back    1Viewing the face of the clypeus from above, the center half or more of the rim is modified, forming a slightly thickened and elevated bar with two widened areas or knobs at either end, the profile of the rim in this section is slightly concave or straight and outside of this modified area the sides of the clypeus, past the knobs, angle back toward the eyes    2With large, very distinct tubercle or bump on rim, visible from top and end on   






5. Female, head, clypeus, surface sculpting

6Pits in center densely crowded and NOT distinct    7Pits in center distinct despite being somewhat crowded    1Pits in center sparse and fine, may be un-pitted down the middle line   

6. Female, scopa, legs and sides of thorax, hair color

1Black    9White   

7. Female, head, mandibles, number of teeth

83 teeth    24 teeth    1Tip is a single flat blade or at most with a tiny tooth notched out of the lower portion of the tip   




8. Male, head, mandible, fringe of hair along the bottom

4Majority of hairs equal to or greater than 1/2 the greatest width of mandible, dense    7Majority of hairs less than 1/2 the greatest width of mandible, generally sparse   



9. Male, head, antennae, segments 8-11

6Longer than wide    1Segments 8 and 9 wider than long, segments 10 and 11 longer than wide    2Wider than long by 1.5 to 2X    2Wider than long by less than 1.5X   





10. Male, head, antennae, last segment

3Drawn to a distinctly hooked point    7Slightly tapered, not hooked, or only slightly so   



11. Male, abdomen, S1 and S2, rim

9Median spine ABSENT    1Median spine PRESENT   



12. Male, abdomen, S3, hair fringe

8Thicker in center    7Uniform throughout   



13. Male, abdomen, S3, rim

6Dipped or incurved in center    4Entire, no dips in margin    4Not visible, obscured by hair fringe   




14. Male, abdomen, T7, rim

3Evenly rounded from side to side    1Four lobed or toothed    1Projected to a truncate, centrally angled rim    2Projected to a truncate, flattened rim    2Roughly triangular in shape, tip can sometimes be extended out as an elongate, parallel-sided projection    1Rounded with sides slightly flared   







15. Subgenus

6Alcidamea    2Formicapis    2Hoplitis    4Monumetha    6Robertsonella