Genus: Anthidioma Pasteels, 1984
Common name: none
Anthidioma females are medium-sized black bees with a stocky build that range in body length from 8–13 mm. They have abundant long grey to white hairs and no maculations on their thorax or abdomen (Michener 2007). They are not commonly found. Males of this genus are unknown (Michener 2007).
(modified from Michener 2007)
There are no known invasives.
Floral associations of Anthidioma are largely unknown; however, a single specimen of Anthidioma was observed on Fabaceae (Gess and Gess 2007).
Nesting behavior is unknown. However, Anthidioma is in the series of wool carder bees, so they likely use plant materials to build cotton-lined nest cells rather than using resin.