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Species: Crematogaster vermiculata   Emery, 1895 

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Taxonomic History (provided by Barry Bolton, 2017)

Crematogaster vermiculata Emery, 1895d PDF: 286 (w.) U.S.A. Nearctic. AntCat AntWiki HOL

Taxonomic history

Combination in Crematogaster (Acrocoelia): Emery, 1922c PDF: 141; in Crematogaster (Crematogaster): Buren, 1968b PDF: 91.
Revived status as species: Buren, 1968b PDF: 91 (in key); Johnson, 1988: 323.
Material of the nomen nudum Crematogaster coachellai referred here by Brown, 1949a PDF: 48.


Nearctic Region: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Baja California, Baja California Sur, California, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North America, North Carolina, Sonora, Texas, United States, Utah
Neotropical Region: Americas, Central America, Mexico

Specimen Habitat Summary

Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in oak-pine-juniper woodland surrounding, 1 times found in Cactus-ocotillo desert, 1 times found in pine-oak forest, transitional to hardwood swamp forest, 1 times found in Chihuahuan desert, 1 times found in pine-oak woodland, 1 times found in Chihuahuan desert with Prosopis, Acacia, Larrea, 1 times found in creosote-mesquite desert, 0 times found in Mixed hardwood forest, 0 times found in Cactus- ocotillo desert, 1 times found in Oak-pinyon-juniper forest., ...

Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 2 times under stone, 1 times nest beneath rock, 1 times nest around base of shrub, 1 times ground forager(s), 1 times ex dead twig of vine, 1 times under rock in open., 1 times in dead branch of nyssa, 1 times ground foragers.

Collected most commonly using these methods: 2 times Search, 0 times Twig of green ash, 1 times in twig, 0 times On cholla cactus, 0 times Hollow thorns of black locust.

Elevations: collected from 5 - 2286 meters, 1383 meters average

Type specimens:

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