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Acedanthidium
Fig 1. Acedanthidium sp. male face. Photo: C. Ritner © Division of Entomology, University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute
Acedanthidium
Fig 2. Acedanthidium sp. male lateral habitus. Photo: C. Ritner © Division of Entomology, University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute
Acedanthidium
Fig 3. Acedanthidium sp. male abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner © Division of Entomology, University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute
Afranthidium
Fig 1. Afranthidium karooense male face. Photo: C. Ritner
Afranthidium
Fig 2. Afranthidium karooense male lateral habitus. Photo: C. Ritner
Afranthidium
FIg 3. Afranthidium karooense male abdomen. Photo: T. Brady
Afranthidium
Fig 4. Afranthidium tergoangulatum female hairbands complete. Photo: C. Ritner
Afranthidium
Fig 5. Afranthidium carduele male T6 apical margin denticulate. Photo: C. Ritner
Afranthidium
Fig 6. Afranthidium folliculosum female T6 apical margin denticulate. Photo: C. Ritner
Afranthidium
Fig 7. Afranthidium poecilodontum male T7 with four apical projections. Photo: C. Ritner
Afranthidium
Fig 8. Afranthidium rubellum male T7 with lateral teeth. Photo: C. Ritner
Afroheriades
Fig 1. Afroheriades female face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Afroheriades
Fig 2. Afroheriades primus male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Afroheriades
Fig 3. Afroheriades primus male abdomen.  Photo: T. Brady
Afroheriades
Fig 4. Afroheriades primus male T6 and T7.  Photo: C. Ritner
Afrostelis
Fig 1. Afrostelis aethiopica female face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Afrostelis
Fig 2. Afrostelis aethiopica female lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Afrostelis
Fig 3. Afrostelis aethiopica female abdomen.  Photo: T. Brady
Afrostelis
Fig 4. Afrostelis sp. tegula.  Photo: C. Ritner
Aglaoapis
Fig 1. Aglaoapis tridentata male face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Aglaoapis
Fig 2. Aglaoapis tridentata male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Aglaoapis
Fig 3. Aglaoapis tridentata male abdomen.  Photo: T. Brady
Aglaoapis
Fig 4. Aglaoapis tridentata female scutum and metanotum.  Photo: C. Ritner
Allodioxys
Fig 1. Allodioxys aff ammobius male face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Allodioxys
Fig 2. Allodioxys aff ammobius male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Allodioxys
Fig 3. Allodioxys aff ammobius male abdomen.  Photo: C. Ritner
Allodioxys
Fig 4. Allodioxys aff ammobius female S6.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidiellum
Fig 1. Anthidiellum notatum male face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidiellum
Fig 2. Anthidiellum notatum male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidiellum
Fig 3. Anthidiellum notatum robersoni male abdomen.  Photo: T. Brady
Anthidiellum
Fig 4. Anthidiellum sp. female subantennal sutures distinctly arcuate.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidiellum
Fig 5. Anthidiellum rufomaculatum female abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidioma
Fig 1. Anthidioma chalicodomoides female face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidioma
Fig 2. Anthidioma chalicodomoides female lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 1. Anthidium atripes female face.  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 2. Anthidium atripes female lateral habitus.  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 3. Anthidium atripes female abdomen.  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 4. Anthidium atripes female, diagram showing the dorsal view of the sixth tergite (T6). Photo: Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 5. Anthidium atripes male face.  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 6. Anthidium atripes male lateral habitus.  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 7. Anthidium atripes male abdomen.  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 8. Anthidium atripes male, ventral view of fourth sternum (S4).  Photo: Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 9. Anthidium atripes male, dorsal view of seventh tergum (T7).  Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 10. Anthidium atripes male, diagram showing dorsal view of seventh tergum (T7).  Photo: Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 11. Anthidium atripes male, diagram showing ventral view of sixth sternum (S6).  Photo: Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 12. Anthidium atripes male, diagram showing ventral view of seventh sternum (S7).  Photo: Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atrifrons
Fig 13. Anthidium atripes male, diagram showing ventral view of eighth sternum (S8).  Photo: Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atripes
Fig 2. Anthidium atripes female lateral habitus.   Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atripes
Fig 3. Anthidium atripes female abdomen.    Photo: Tevan Brady
Anthidium atripes
Fig 4. Anthidium atripes female, diagram showing the dorsal view of the sixth tergite (T6). Diagram by Victor Gonzalez
Anthidium atripes
Fig 5. Anthidium atripes male face.  Photo: Tevan Brady