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Found most commonly in these habitats: 15 times found in oak woodland, 11 times found in chaparral, 2 times found in chapparal, 4 times found in pine/oak woodland, 1 times found in open grassland, 4 times found in Deciduous bottomland forest, 3 times found in urban park, 1 times found in pine, manzanita, 1 times found in juniper woodland, 3 times found in riparian woodland, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 15 times under stone, 5 times ground nest, 2 times nest under large rock, 5 times ground forager(s), 4 times nest under rock, 4 times ground foragers, 4 times sifted litter, 3 times pitfall trap, 3 times on ground, 1 times nest in soil, 1 times under rock, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 24 times hand collecting, 9 times Bay Area Ant Survey (BAAS), 5 times search, 4 times general collecting, 3 times pitfall trap, 2 times direct collection, 2 times hand coll., 1 times Bee bowl, coll. via bee bowls, 1 times funnel flight trap, 1 times army ant raid, 1 times beating vegetation (2 hours), ...
Elevations: collected from 5 - 2145 meters, 693 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1900-02-06 and 2107-04-08
Type specimens: paratype: casent0173015
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