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Species: Lasius (Lasius) pallitarsis   (Provancher, 1881) 

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Taxonomic History (provided by Barry Bolton, 2018)

Formica pallitarsis Provancher, 1881b PDF: 355 (w.m.) CANADA. Nearctic. AntCat AntWiki HOL

Taxonomic history

[Also described as new by Provancher, 1883 PDF: 598.].
Hung, 1969 PDF: 456 (k.).
Combination in Lasius: André, 1887 PDF: 288.
Junior synonym of Lasius alienus: André, 1887 PDF: 288; Wilson, 1955a PDF: 77.
Revived from synonymy and senior synonym of Lasius sitkaensis: Francoeur & Béique, 1966a PDF: 144.
See also: Smith, 1979: 1437.


   (According to curated Geolocale/Taxon lists)
Nearctic Region: Canada, United States
Neotropical Region: Mexico

Taxonomic Treatment (provided by Plazi)

Specimen Habitat Summary

Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in Aspen forest, 13 times found in conifer forest, 0 times found in Mixed canyon forest, 0 times found in Spruce-fir forest, 7 times found in pine/fir forest, 0 times found in Mixed montane forest, 4 times found in early successional vegetation, 0 times found in Meadow, 3 times found in pine/oak forest, 0 times found in Ponderosa pine forest, ...

Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 59 times under stone, 8 times under dead wood, 5 times nest under rock, 6 times foragers, 1 times alates stranded on beach, 5 times nest under stone, 3 times sagebrush canyon and stream, 4 times strays, 3 times nuptial flight, 2 times ground, 4 times ex sifted litter, ...

Collected most commonly using these methods: 135 times Search, 33 times hand collecting, 4 times Under rock, 10 times Winkler, 0 times Log stage 4, 1 times under log, 0 times log stage 3, 5 times Davis sifter, 0 times under wood, 2 times Bay Area Ant Survey (BAAS), 1 times Mercury Vapor Lamp, ...

Elevations: collected from 2 - 3719 meters, 1440 meters average

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