|Subspecies of Aphaenogaster picea as this name made available first (Aphaenogaster picea entered as subspecies of Aphaenogaster rudis in Creighton, 1950a PDF: 147), and hence is senior name: Bolton, 1995b: 72.|
Natural History: See account for A. fulva -- I am unable to say any thing that clearly distinguishes this ant from A. fulva behaviorally, but ecologically, it may be more restricted to mesic sites.
Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in leaf litter under rotting fungus, 1 times found in Suburban with wide-spaced
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: Leaf litter under decaying fungus times Berlese, 1 times Search, 1 times Squirrel 6, open field, Decry
Elevations: collected at 180 m