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Species: Adelomyrmex dorae   García-Martínez, 2017 

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Taxonomic History (provided by Barry Bolton, 2020)

Adelomyrmex dorae García-Martínez, 2017 PDF: 716, figs. 1-7 (w.q.) MEXICO (Veracruz). Neotropic. Primary type information: Holotype worker — MEXICO: Veracruz, San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan, Chivizcoyo; 19.515693, -97.005495, 1,624 m; 1 Nov 2015, riparian cloud forest, leaf-litter, Winkler (1 worker), G. Pérez & M.García leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008907. Paratype workers — MEXICO: Veracruz, Coatepec, La Cortadura, 19.495142, -97.036217, 2,032 m, 21 Jul 2011, riparian cloud forest, leaflitter, Winkler (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008907; (1 worker) same data as previous, except IEXA ANTWEB1008908; (1 worker) same data as previous, except 2 May 2012, IEXA ANTWEB1008909; Ixhuacán de Los Reyes, Puente Buenavista, 19.403812, -97.086806, 1,764 m, 2 May 2012, riparian cloud forest, leaflitter, Berlese (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008910; (1 worker) same data as previous, except Winkler, IEXA ANTWEB1008911; San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan, Piedra Parada, 19.516597, -97.010241, 1,651 m, 15 Jul 2011, riparian cloud forest, leaf-litter, Berlese (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008912; (1 worker) same data as previous, except 2 May 2012, IEXA ANTWEB1008913; San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan, Pixquiac, 19.534610, -96.997899, 1,546 m, 13 Jul 2011, riparian cloud forest, leaflitter, Winkler (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008914; (1 worker) same data as previous, except 2 May 2012, IEXA ANTWEB1008915; San Andrés Tlalnelhuayocan, Tony, 19.515627, -97.003356, 1,601 m, 15 Jul 2011, riparian cloud forest, leaf-litter, Berlese (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008916; (1 worker) same data as previous, except Winkler, IEXA ANTWEB1008917; Xico, Micoxtla, 19.456083, -97.030683, 1,730 m, 14 Jul 2011, riparian cloud forest, leaf-litter, Berlese (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008918; (1worker) same data as previous, except 2 May 2012, Winkler, IEXA ANTWEB1008919; Xico, Xico Viejo, 19.451513, -97.058816, 1,759 m, 2 May 2012, riparian cloud forest, leaf-litter, Berlese (1 worker), F. Escobar & F. Alvarado leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008920; ( 1 worker) same data as previous, except 19 Jul 2011, Winkler, IEXA Figure 1: The single most parsimonious tree retrieved from the morphological data set (length = 30, consistency index = 0.87, retention index = 0.67). The species determined a priori are indicated in italics, and the codes between brackets indicate the ANTWEB identifiers. The numbers above the branches show the confidence probability of the Bootstrap support test. Valenzuela-González et al. 717 ANTWEB1008921; Xico, Oxtlapa, 19.414687, -97.056158, 1,699 m, 15 Nov 2000, riparian cloud forest, soil, pitfall (1 worker), E. Montes de Oca leg., IEXA ANTWEB1008922; Coatepec, 19.513810, -97.020980, 1,970 m; 05 Mar 2015, riparian cloud forest, leaf-litter, maxiWinkler (1 worker), M. G. Branstetter leg., JTLC CASENT0640883; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except CAS ANTWEB1008924; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except UDEG ANTWEB1008925; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except UNAM ANTWEB1008926; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except COLPOS ANTWEB1008927; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except ECOSUR ANTWEB1008928; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except MAGMC ANTWEB1008929; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except FACBAC ANTWEB1008930; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except USNM ANTWEB1008931; (1 worker) same data as holotype worker, except KYFMC ANTWEB1008932. AntCat AntWiki
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Distribution:

  Geographic regions (According to curated Geolocale/Taxon lists):
    Americas: Mexico
  Biogeographic regions (According to curated Bioregion/Taxon lists):
    Neotropical

Specimen Habitat Summary

Found most commonly in these habitats: 18 times found in bosque ripario, 13 times found in cloud forest, 2 times found in montane wet forest, 1 times found in mesophyl forest, 2 times found in oak cloud forest, 1 times found in bosque mesófilo de montaña.

Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 18 times ex sifted leaf litter, 18 times hojarasca, 2 times leaf litter, 1 times trampa pitfall.

Collected most commonly using these methods: 7 times maxiWinkler, 11 times miniWinkler, 11 times Winkler, 8 times Berlese, 1 times Berlese/Winkler, 1 times pitfall.

Elevations: collected from 1540 - 2050 meters, 1853 meters average

Collect Date Range: collected between 2000-09-15 and 2016-07-12

Type specimens: Paratype Adelomyrmex dorae: casent0640883



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