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Species: Monomorium (destructor) destructor

Classification:
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Distribution:

Reference for Kenya if not type: Mpala Res. Centre

Biology:

Presente en la zona árida, asociada a asentamientos humanos en las islas Baltra y Floreana.

Notes:

Caste of types: (w)

Specimen Habitat Summary

Found most commonly in these habitats: 2 times found in Rainforest, 1 times found in incidental collections; still Singapore ants at office. Most incidentals near N07°27.556' E134°30.298' mowed field and dirt road on veg. Pheidole nest under rock., 1 times found in O. simillimus on T. argentia next to small house near beach. nest in tree? ; Paratrechina sp. foraging on sand near shade structure., 1 times found in PB bait and incidental collections; M. destructor on NE post and the one next to it, in the back of the house, 0 times found in ex refugee boat from Singapore, 0 times found in University, 0 times found in ex shoes from Taiwan, 1 times found in Urban environ., 0 times found in Hydnophytum, 1 times found in in mail unident. leaves, ...

Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 7 times aspirating, 2 times aspirating; PB bait, 0 times Berlesate, 0 times On tree trunk, 1 times aspirating; PB & maple syrup bait, 0 times Hollow stem, 0 times On cloth, 1 times pitfall trap

Elevations: collected from 100 - 550 meters, 391 meters average

Type specimens:

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