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The eastern black carpenter ant Camponotus pennsylvanicus (Urbana, Illinois).
Found most commonly in these habitats: 15 times found in deciduous forest, 0 times found in peripheral to cultivated cotton, 0 times found in mixed mesic forest ravine, 29 times found in mixed hardwood forest, 5 times found in mixed forest, 0 times found in in swamp, 6 times found in oak area, 10 times found in bottomland hardwood forest, 13 times found in Quercus alba stump, 12 times found in oak-hickory forest, Black Belt Prairie, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 1 times on silver poplar tree (Populus alba), 2 times under bark of log, 7 times log stage 4, 7 times log stage 3, 5 times litter, 3 times strays, 5 times log stage 2, 2 times hardwood trees, 1 times nests under bark of dead and down tree, 1 times nest under rock, 3 times under log, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 31 times pitfall trap, 3 times Lindgren funnel baited with Typosan and alpha pinene, 27 times bait trap, 12 times Lindgren funnel, 0 times malaise trap, 2 times Lindgren funnel baited with Typosan, 17 times Search, 2 times blacklight trap, 16 times direct collection, 7 times hand collecting, 7 times Lindgren funnel baited with alpha pinene, ...
Elevations: collected from 5 - 3200 meters, 498 meters average