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|Wheeler, 1908h PDF: 480 (q.); Wheeler & Wheeler, 1952b PDF: 255 (l.); Petralia & Vinson, 1980 PDF: 383 (l.).|
|Combination in Crematogaster (Acrocoelia): Emery, 1922c PDF: 141; in Crematogaster (Crematogaster): Buren, 1968b PDF: 92.|
|Subspecies of Crematogaster lineolata: Emery, 1895d PDF: 284; Wheeler, 1904f PDF: 301; Emery, 1922c PDF: 141.|
Natural History: C. laeviuscula nests near the ground, most often in a moist, decomposing stump or log, but forages mostly above ground on plants and in tree canopies, traveling in columns up and down tree trunks for access. Sexuals are reared in early summer.
Found most commonly in these habitats: 4 times found in live oak woodland, 1 times found in Bottomland forest, 2 times found in postoak/grass parkland, 2 times found in juniper woodland, 1 times found in Cottonwood-willow forest, 1 times found in Forest margin, 1 times found in Mixed hardwood forest, 1 times found in Oak-hickory-pine forest, 1 times found in Pine-cedar-oak woodland, 1 times found in Pine-oak forest, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 5 times search, 1 times Under rock, 2 times Dead branch, 1 times Under rotting log, 1 times Winkler, 1 times On cottonwood tree, 1 times On tree trunk, 1 times Cypress stump, 1 times Dry log, 1 times Under rolling log, 1 times Foraging on roadside, ...
Elevations: collected from 5 - 1233 meters, 270 meters average