Female - Head, clypeus, color | Male - Abdomen, T6 hair | Male - Head, mandible, sub-basal inner angle - Note hard to see if mandibles are closed | Male - Leg, color | Sex - Head, antennae, number of segments | State or province where bee was collected | Subgenus

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

4AL    2DC    2DE    4FL    4GA    2IL    2IN    2KY    2MD    2MI    4MS    4NC    2NJ    2NY    2OH    2PA    4SC    2TN    2VA    2WI    2WV   

2. Sex - Head, antennae, number of segments

212 - Female    213 - Male   



3. Female - Head, clypeus, color

1All black, except for the faintly yellow apical rim    1Apical half yellow, basal half black   

4. Male - Abdomen, T6 hair

1Entire segment COVERED in golden ORANGE hair, not just the rim    1Rim only FRINGED with golden YELLOW hair, base mostly devoid of hair   

5. Male - Leg, color

1Orangy-yellow    1Reddish-brown   

6. Male - Head, mandible, sub-basal inner angle - Note hard to see if mandibles are closed

1Low and inconspicuous, height not more than 1/3 the width of the main, yellow colored portion of the mandible    1Robust and obvious, height fully 1/2 the width of the main yellow colored portion of the mandible   

7. Subgenus

4Eoxenoglossa