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|Revived from synonymy and senior synonym of Odontomachus fuscus Stitz, 1925c PDF: Brown, 1976a: 103.|
SE U.S. to Paraguay and Bolivia, W. Indies (brunneus in the sense of Brown 1976, which includes ruginodis).
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Found most commonly in these habitats: 10 times found in leaf litter, 2 times found in hardwood swamp, 1 times found in pine swamp, 1 times found in riparian woodland, 1 times found in sawdust & litter u. fern & shrub, 1 times found in swampy riparian woodland, 1 times found in banana plantation, 1 times found in in floodplain forest, 1 times found in main building, 1 times found in oak woodland
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 11 times Berlese, 4 times search, 3 times Winkler, 2 times Berlese, leaf litter, 1 times along trail, 1 times at mercury vapor light, 1 times Berlese, litter at log w/Passalus
Elevations: collected from 5 - 20 meters, 13 meters average