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|Subspecies of Camponotus herculeanus: Forel, 1879a PDF: 57; Mayr, 1886d PDF: 420; Wheeler, 1913d PDF: 117; Wheeler, 1917k PDF: 465; Wheeler, 1932a PDF: 13; Buren, 1944a PDF: 293.|
|Status as species: Ruzsky, 1896 PDF: 67; Forel, 1901m PDF: 70; Forel, 1907h PDF: 10; Wheeler, 1910g PDF: 335; Emery, 1920b PDF: 255; Creighton, 1950a PDF: 367; Smith, 1979: 1427.|
The eastern black carpenter ant Camponotus pennsylvanicus (Urbana, Illinois).
Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in Mixed Hardwood Forest, 3 times found in oak area, 2 times found in oak grove, 1 times found in Mixed lowland forest, 1 times found in mixed beech buttress log mold & tree hole, 1 times found in Mixed canyon forest, 1 times found in Douglas fir-aspen forest, 1 times found in Spruce-fir forest, 1 times found in Douglas fir forest, 1 times found in Mixed montane forest, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 1 times on silver poplar tree (Populus alba), 7 times bait trap, 14 times Search, 1 times Log stage 4, 2 times under bark of log, 1 times Log stage 3, 1 times Log stage 2, 1 times Under rock, 1 times Log stage 5, 1 times Under log, 1 times Under wood, ...
Elevations: collected from 5 - 3962 meters, 1482 meters average