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|Senior synonym of Anochetus amati, Anochetus minutus, Anochetus oceanicus, Anochetus punctiventris: Wilson, 1959c PDF: 507; of Anochetus rudis, Anochetus taylori: Brown, 1978c: 557 (see also p. 586).|
|See also: Shattuck & Slipinska, 2012: 11.|
Found most commonly in these habitats: 18 times found in primary rainforest, 23 times found in disturbed forest, 4 times found in coastal forest, 4 times found in secondary forest, 2 times found in disturbed rainforest, 2 times found in 2ndgrowth veg., 3 times found in rainforest, 1 times found in Davis-sifting birds-nest ferns + incidental collections; Solitary queen camponotus chloroticus alone in 1st birdsnest fern (same one as I got the small, dark pheidole from) C. chloroticus nest +males, 1 times found in secondary agroforest lots of coconut, sandy soil, davis-sifting, PB bait, incidental collections 1hr., 1 times found in Davis-sifting for about 1 hr, 5-6pm, fairly healthy forest; big phicus, birdsnest ferns, Neisosperma, not so many Anoplolepis as on the S. side, but still a lot. some nest in birdsnest fern roots, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 9 times hand collection, 19 times davis-sifting; incidental aspirated, 5 times winkler, 4 times 1 sq meter leaf litter winkler extraction, 2 times davis-sifting; incidental aspirated; PB bait, 2 times Hand-Collected from 1 square meter of sifted leaf litter, 1 times aspirating; PB bait, 1 times winkler, B1
Elevations: collected from 10 - 724 meters, 275 meters average