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|Smith, 1858a PDF: 109 (q.m.); Wheeler & Wheeler, 1952a PDF: 116 (l.); Imai, Crozier & Taylor, 1977 PDF: 347 (k.).|
|Senior synonym of Amblyopone laevidens, Amblyopone nana: Wilson, 1958c PDF: 142; of Amblyopone cephalotes (and its junior synonym Amblyopone maculata): Brown, 1958h PDF}: 14; of Amblyopone fortis, Amblyopone foveolata, Amblyopone minor, Amblyopone obscura, and material of the unavailable names Amblyopone howensis, Amblyopone norfolkensis, Amblyopone pallens, Amblyopone queenslandica referred here: Brown, 1960a}: 167 (these previously provisional synonyms in Brown, 1958h PDF}: 13).|
Worker. Length 3 lines.-Shining ferruginous, or rufopiceous; sparingly pubescent. Head large, the vertex and front down to the insertion of the antennae, finely but rather distantly punctured; a deep central channel extends from the middle of the bead to its anterior margin; on each side the head is obliquely striated; the mandibles longitudinally striated. Thorax: the prothorax rounded in front, convex, subglobose, punctured on the sides, the disk impunctate; the metathorax oblong, the sides parallel, truncate posteriorly, rather obliquely so. Abdomen oblong, smooth and shining, with the apex pale rufo-testaceous.
The female has the head more strongly punctured, the mesothorax much larger, and the scutellum developed; the wings subhyaline, with the nervures testaceous; the prothorax, metathorax, and sides of the node of the peduncle strongly punctured.
Male. Length 2 1/2 lines.-Black, shining and pubescent: head and thorax strongly punctured; the head transverse, the eyes large and lateral; antenna; elongate, filiform; the antennae, tibiae and tarsi rufo-testaceous; wings as in the female.
Erichson only describes the worker of this species: the male and female are in the Museum Collection.
Found most commonly in these habitats: 8 times found in Rainforest, 0 times found in Wet sclerophyll, 2 times found in wet sclerophyll forest, 0 times found in Marri forest, 2 times found in wet schlero, 3 times found in eucalypt woodland, DaCt times found in Volcanic soil; Pickard Veg, GMF times found in Volcanic soil; Pickard Veg, 0 times found in Base of granite mtn., 0 times found in Sopes below Wilsons Peak, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 8 times Berlesate, 2 times Pitfall, 1 times Litter extraction, 0 times mixed bait in soil probe, 0 times Pitfall 47
Elevations: collected from 30 - 2300 meters, 838 meters average