These bees make open nests using resin in the construction. All three taxa in Florida are members of the Subgenus Anthidiellum Cockerell
Area between lateral ocelli swollen and impunctate…2
Maculations ferruginous; basal abdominal tergum ferruginous, with only a relatively narrow, apical, black band. .A. notatum rufimaculatum
Segment 7 broad and very short, apical margin sinuate..2
Maculations ferruginous; basal abdominal tergum ferruginous, with only a narrow, subapical, transverse blackish band. .A.notatum rufimaculatum
County Records: Alachua, Leon, Wakulla
County Records: Miami-Dade, Monroe
Plants: Rhus, probably polylectic
Notes: This endemic subspecies replaces A. notatum notatum in the southern parts of Florida’s peninsula. Where the two subspecies meet is unknown?
County Records: Alachua, Baker, Columbia, Leon, Miami-Dade, Monroe; Wakulla
Notes: NC to Florida, coastal plain species. Likely found throughout Florida. In Leon, Wakulla, Baker, and Columbia counties, this species is most abundant in moist flatwoods and less abundant to rare in drier sandhills.