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Species: Parvaponera afr10

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3 Specimens (1 imaged)

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CASENT0296168
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Collection: BLF29644
Location: Uganda: Western: Kabarole:  Kibale National Park, Kanyawara Biological Station
0.56094 °,30.36099°
Elevation: 1540m
Habitat: moist evergreen forest
Microhabitat: ground forager(s)
Notes:
Medium: pin
Collected By: B.L.Fisher et al.
Date Collected: 2012-08-14
Uploaded: 2020-10-21 10:59:49.0
Data Provided By: California Academy of Sciences
Owned By: CASC, San Francisco, CA, USA
Located At: CASC, San Francisco
Determined By:
Method:
DNA Notes:
Bioregion: Afrotropical
Type Status:
Life Stage: 1 worker
Caste: Worker
Subcaste: Normal
CASENT0296168-D01
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Collection: BLF29644
Location: Uganda: Western: Kabarole:  Kibale National Park, Kanyawara Biological Station
0.56094 °,30.36099°
Elevation: 1540m
Habitat: moist evergreen forest
Microhabitat: ground forager(s)
Notes:
Medium: 100% EtOH
Collected By: B.L.Fisher et al.
Date Collected: 2012-08-14
Uploaded: 2020-10-21 10:59:52.0
Data Provided By: California Academy of Sciences
Owned By: CASC, San Francisco, CA, USA
Located At: UCDC, Davis
Determined By:
Method:
DNA Notes:
Bioregion: Afrotropical
Type Status:
Life Stage: 1 worker PPND
Caste: Worker
Subcaste: Normal
CASENT0639777
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Collection: JTL7961-s
Location: Uganda: Bundibugyo:   1km ENE Sempaya
0.83844095 °,30.174673°
Elevation: 925m
Habitat: remnant ravine forest
Microhabitat: under stone
Notes:
Medium: dry-mount
Collected By: J. Longino
Date Collected: 2012-08-18
Uploaded: 2020-10-14 14:11:20.0
Data Provided By: University of Utah
Owned By: JTLC
Located At: JTLC, Longino
Determined By: J. Longino
Method: search
DNA Notes:
Bioregion: Afrotropical
Type Status:
Life Stage: Adult worker
Caste: Worker
Subcaste: Normal


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