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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
Fig 1. Anthidium cockerelli male face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 2. Anthidium cockerelli male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 3. Anthidium cockerelli male abdomen.  Photo: T. Brady
Anthidium
Fig 4. Anthidium tesselatum male face.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 5. Anthidium tesselatum male lateral habitus. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 6. Anthidium manicatum male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 7. Anthidium oblongatum male lateral habitus.  Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 8. Anthidium cockerelli female clypeus. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 9. Anthidium clypeodentatum female clypeus. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 10. Anthidium mormonum female abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 11. Anthidium rodecki female abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 12. Anthidium (Gulanthidum) sp. female abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 14. Anthidium rodriguezi female abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 13. Anthidium jocosum female abdomen. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthidium
Fig 14. Anthidium formosum female T6. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthodioctes
Fig 1. Anthodioctes megachiloides male face. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthodioctes
Fig 2. Anthodioctes megachiloides male lateral habitus. Photo: C. Ritner
Anthodioctes
Fig 3. Anthodioctes megachiloides male lateral habitus. Photo: C. Ritner