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|Subspecies of Odontomachus haematodus: Emery, 1911e PDF: 115; Wheeler, 1914c PDF: 40; Smith, 1939d PDF: 129.|
|Senior synonym of Odontomachus clarionensis: Taylor & Wilson, 1962 PDF: 142; of Odontomachus coninodis, Odontomachus desertorum: Brown, 1976a}: 103; of Odontomachus texana: Wheeler, 1902g PDF: 26.|
Found most commonly in these habitats: 3 times found in oak-pine-juniper woodland, 3 times found in agricultural zone, 3 times found in xerophyl scrub, 2 times found in pine-oak-juniper, 1 times found in riparian woodland, 1 times found in juniper scrub, 2 times found in live oak woodland, 1 times found in pine oak forest, 1 times found in riparian woodland/desert scrub, 1 times found in juniper woodland, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods or in the following microhabitats: 6 times pitfall, 3 times Search, 2 times general collecting, 1 times honey bait
Elevations: collected from 100 - 2050 meters, 1350 meters average