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|Combination in Aphaenogaster (Attomyrma): Emery, 1921c: 57.|
|Subspecies of Aphaenogaster fulva: Buren, 1944a PDF: 284; of Aphaenogaster rudis: Creighton, 1950a PDF: 148 (incorrect as Aphaenogaster picea made available earlier than Aphaenogaster rudis and hence Aphaenogaster picea is senior name).|
An Aphaenogaster picea worker in the brood nest with larvae (South Bristol, New York, USA).
Found most commonly in these habitats: 14 times found in mixed hardwood forest, 11 times found in old growth hardwood forest on mountain, 9 times found in in nest under rock in pine/hardwood forest at field edge, 9 times found in old growth hardwood forest, 2 times found in riparian mixed hardwood forest, 2 times found in oak pine forest, 2 times found in mixed broadleaf, hemlock woods, 4 times found in hardwood forest, 3 times found in hemlock/hardwood forest, 1 times found in 2nd growth broadleaf forest, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 18 times litter, 3 times sifted leaf litter, 7 times under rock, 1 times nest under flat stone, 1 times leaf litter under decaying fungus, 2 times under stone, 1 times strays, 1 times sifted litter from forest floor, 1 times nest in small rotten stick, 3 times log stage 4, 1 times foragers on ground, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 20 times Berlese funnel, 16 times general collecting, 8 times search, 4 times Winkler, 3 times hand collecting, 1 times Berlese, 2 times direct collection, 2 times pitfall|20 hour trap, 1 times 20 hr pitfall trap, 1 times 6L sifted litter, extracted in Winkler sack over 24 hours, 1 times hand picked, ...
Elevations: collected from 40 - 1786 meters, 607 meters average