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|Latreille, 1802a: 248 (q.m.); Wheeler & Wheeler, 1953a PDF: 118 (l.); Hauschteck, 1965 PDF: 325 (k.).|
|Senior synonym of Myrmica laevinodis (and its junior synonyms Myrmica bruesi, Myrmica champlaini, Myrmica longiscapus): Yarrow, 1955c PDF: 114; Arnol'di, 1970b PDF: 1839; Boven, 1977: 115; Arnol'di & Dlussky, 1978: 530; Collingwood, 1979 PDF: 52; Seifert, 1988b: 5; of Myrmica europaea: Radchenko, Czechowski & Czechowska, 1997: 483; Czechowski, Radchenko & Czechowska, 2002 PDF: 17; of Myrmica microrubra: Steiner, Schlick-Steiner, Konrad, et al. 2006: 777.|
|Current subspecies: nominal plus Myrmica rubra khamensis, Myrmica rubra neolaevinodis.|
Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in Unknown, 1 times found in Forest, 1 times found in Anthropogenic, 1 times found in heathlands, 1 times found in Wet grassland, 1 times found in dry grassland, 1 times found in shrubs, 1 times found in Rocks (rocky-calcareous grasslands), 1 times found in dunes & inland dunes, 1 times found in bogs & fenns, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 1 times Pitfall trap, 1 times Manual catch, 1 times Color trap, 1 times Malaise trap, 1 times White color trap, 1 times White pitfall, 1 times sifting of soil samples, 1 times Pyramid trap, 1 times beating, 2 times search, 1 times Window trap, ...
Elevations: collected from 5 - 1050 meters, 450 meters average
Type specimens: syntype of Myrmica rubra champlaini europaea: casent0907645