Taxonomic History (provided by Barry Bolton, 2013)
|Material of the unavailable name Camponotus cnemidatus referred here: Smith, 1940b PDF: 139.|
|Current subspecies: nominal plus Camponotus caryae kamensis.|
Woodland, forest (including floodplain), parks, campuses. Nests in dead wood of living trees. Forages on trees day and night, but more abundantly at night.
Taxon Page Author History
Specimen Data Summary
Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in pinr-fir-spruce forest
Elevations: collected at 360 m