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|Combination in Eciton: Forel, 1895b PDF: 119; in Neivamyrmex (Acamatus): Emery, 1900e: 187; in Neivamyrmex: Borgmeier, 1953 PDF: 13.|
|, respectively; of Neivamyrmex amplipennis, Neivamyrmex colombi, Neivamyrmex lemoulti: Borgmeier, 1955 PDF: 437; of Neivamyrmex mexicana Enzmann, [no year]: Snelling & Snelling, 2007 PDF: 472; of Neivamyrmex enzmanni (replacement name for Neivamyrmex mexicana Enzmann, [no year] made subsequent to Snelling, G.C & Snelling, 2007 and hence automatic synonym).|
Mexico to northern Argentina and Bolivia. Costa Rica: Atlantic slope to 300m, Monteverde at 1400m.
In Costa Rica, at La Selva and the 300m site on the Barva transect, most males have been collected at lights. Males have been collected in 15 different light trap samples. In an 18-month light trapping program, all males occurred from February to May, which is the dry season. One male was captured in a Malaise trap; given the intensity of Malaise trap sampling at La Selva, this is a very rare event. In Monteverde a male was found inside a house at night, apparently attracted to the light.
Neivamyrmex punctaticeps was previously known as N. spinolae (Westwood 1842) (N. spinolai in Borgmeier 1955). Bolton (1995) showed that this was a junior homonym and used the oldest junior synonym as the replacement name.
Bolton, B. 1995. A new general catalogue of the ants of the world. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
Borgmeier, T. 1955. Die Wanderameisen der neotropischen Region. Studia Entomologica 3:1-720.
Watkins, J. F., II. 1976. The identification and distribution of New World army ants (Dorylinae: Formicidae). Baylor University Press, Waco, Texas.
|Neivamyrmex halidaii||Wild, A. L., 2007, A catalogue of the ants of Paraguay (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)., Zootaxa 1622, pp. 1-55: 26, (download)||26||21367|
|Neivamyrmex halidaii||Snelling, G. C. & Snelling, R. R., 2007, New synonymy, new species, new keys to Neivamyrmex army ants of the United States., Advances in ant systematics (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): Homage to E. O. Wilson - 50 years of contributions. (Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 80), pp. 459-550: 472-473, (download)||472-473||21290|
Found most commonly in these habitats: 7 times found in montane wet forest, 5 times found in STR 1800m., 4 times found in wet forest, 4 times found in cloud forest, 3 times found in CES 350m., 1 times found in 2˚ tropical forest, 2 times found in cloud forest clearing, 2 times found in rainforest, 3 times found in lowland rainforest, 1 times found in 2º tropical rainforest, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 7 times ex sifted leaf litter, 4 times at light, 1 times subterranean, 1 times forest litter, 2 times flight intercept trap, neivamyrmex main road in Reserve. column across road; tight times cloud forest, 1240, 1 times blacklight, 1 times at bait, 1 times Abajo, 1 times SUR 900, canopy blacklight trap, 1 times STR, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 17 times Lighttrap, 10 times Blacklight, 6 times MiniWinkler, 4 times search, 1 times subterranean trap, 3 times light trap, 4 times Malaise, 4 times flight intercept trap, 1 times Baiting, 1 times Berlese, 1 times MaxiWinkler, ...
Elevations: collected from 10 - 1850 meters, 524 meters average