Genus: Allodioxys Popov, 1947
Common name: None
Allodioxys range in body length from 6–11 mm. They have a black head and thorax, and their abdomens can range in color from black to nearly entirely red (Michener 2007).
Allodioxys contains 4 species (Michener 2007); none are known to occur in the U.S. or Canada.
(Characteristics modified from Michener 2007)
Allodioxys may be confused with Ensliniana due to similar shape of the scutellum; however, Ensliniana lacks the curved spine on the posterior lateral angle of the scutum and a median tooth on the metanotum (Michener 2007).
There are no known invasives.
Allodioxys are cleptoparasites; however, their hosts are unknown.
Nesting behavior is unknown.