Two genera, Triepeolus and Epeolus, are found in Florida.
S6 with lateroapical process broad, not over five times as long as broad, often somewhat spatulate, margins apically denticulate because of minute, conical setae or with spinelike, tapering setae among the hairs; disc of S6 a broad plate about as long (anteroposteriorly) as lateroapical process or longer...Epeolus
S6 with lateroapical process slender, many times as long as broad, not spatulate, apically with elongate, robust, curved, blunt setae and other hairs; disc of sternum 6 reduced to transverse connective far shorter (anterioposteriorly) than lateroapical process...Triepeolus
Maxillary palpus usually two-segmented, rarely three segmented; body length 4.5 to 10.0 mm; base of gonostylus with dorsal protuberance..Epeolus
Maxillary palpus usually three-segmented, rarely two-segmented; length 8 to 17 mm; gonostylus slender, without basal protuberance...Triepeolus