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Found most commonly in these habitats: 0 times found in scrub/dune habitat, 3 times found in foredunes, 0 times found in pine/oak dune woodland, 0 times found in dunes on north side of island, from nest in decaying stump, 0 times found in sandy landscaped area at Ft. Lauderdale public beach, 0 times found in wild cotton, 0 times found in hind dunes, 0 times found in on palms and in soil by palms, 2 times found in Pine-palmetto, 1 times found in coastal hammock, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 6 times ex rotten log, 3 times nest in twig on ground, 1 times nest, 1 times in dead wood on ground, 1 times EOct rotten log, 1 times Base of palm fronds, 0 times under garbage can, 1 times stony coral soil, 1 times on ground, 1 times on exposed bedrock, 1 times nest under board, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 3 times Blacklight trap, 0 times general collecting, 0 times pitfall trap, 0 times UV light, 4 times search, 1 times sweeping, 0 times hotdog bait, 1 times malaise trap, 1 times direct collection.
Elevations: collected from 3 - 52 meters, 18 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1929-10-10 and 2016-10-01
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