Genus: Indanthidium Michener and Griswold, 1994
Common name: none
Indanthidium are small bees ranging in length from 6–7.5 mm. They have black integument with yellow maculations and abdominal bands, which are divided into four spots on most of their terga (Michener 2007).
(modified from Michener and Griswold 1994 unless otherwise stated)
Indanthidium may be confused with Anthidium due to their similar coloration: yellow abdominal bands are divided into four spots in both genera. Indanthidium can be differentiated by the punctured depressed marginal zone of T5 (Michener 2007). Indanthidium may also be confused with Pseudoanthidium due to similar arcuate subantennal sutures; however, they can be differentiated by the characteristics listed above (Michener 2007).
There are no known invasives.
Indanthidium is only known to occur in southern India.