Engel et al. (1997) describe this species, collected from Ecuador, which is in the diurnal sister genus to the nocturnal Megalopta.
Xenochlora ochrosterna is 10 mm long, with a generally copper and amber colored body. Nothing is known about its biology, but it likely nests in sticks like Megalopta and other Xenochlora.
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