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|Lepeletier de Saint-Fargeau, 1835 PDF: 209 (w.q.m.); Mayr, 1855 PDF: 308 (w.q.m.); Wheeler & Wheeler, 1953e PDF: 185 (l.).|
|Senior synonym of Camponotus atra, Camponotus intermedia: Nylander, 1846a PDF: 894; of Camponotus castanea: Mayr, 1863a PDF: 399; of Camponotus whymperi: Creighton, 1950a PDF: 367; of Camponotus nadigi: Yasumatsu & Brown, 1951: 30; of Camponotus montanus, Camponotus shitkowi: Emery, 1925d PDF: 72; Karavaiev, 1936: 178; Arnol'di, 1967 PDF: 1819; of Camponotus caucasicus: Arakelian, 1994 PDF: 85; of Camponotus eudokiae: Radchenko, 1997B PDF: 555.|
Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in Spruce-fir forest, 1 times found in mixed montane forest, 1 times found in Aspen forest, 1 times found in Coniferous forest, 1 times found in Mixed Canyon forest, 1 times found in Spruce- tamarack forest, 1 times found in Aspen-lodgepole pine forest, 2 times found in Ponderosa pine forest, 2 times found in aspen grove, 3 times found in oak pine forest, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 32 times search, 1 times Log stage 3, 1 times Log stage 4, 1 times Log stage 2, 1 times Under rock, 1 times Under log, 1 times Log stage 5, 2 times Under wood, 2 times winkler, 1 times Under dung, 1 times Framework of house, ...
Elevations: collected from 30 - 3810 meters, 2071 meters average
Type specimens: syntype of Camponotus herculeanus whymperi: casent0909954