Locality: Costa Rica: Guanacaste: Bosque Humedo, Santa Rosa Nat. Park
- Humid forest patch surrounded by dry forest (""Bosque Humedo""). A colony occupied
Collection notes: NOTEBY J.Longino: Humid forest patch surrounded by dry forest (""Bosque Humedo""). A colony occupied hollow live stems of an understory shrub, Cassia hayesiana. The total stem length of colony was about 1m, .5-1.0cm inner dia. There was one physogastric queen, no other reproductives. At two entrance sites they had built small globular carton dwellings, 2cm across and packed with workers and brood. The section of hollow stem near the queen was entirely plugged with a mass of eggs and young brood. Also contained Microdon puparium.
dealate queen, worker
11 Feb 2007
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