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Found most commonly in these habitats: 3 times found in forest, 2 times found in trop. deciduous forest, 2 times found in trop. subevergreen forest, 1 times found in palm forest, 1 times found in Pasture, 1 times found in Platanus-Ficus etc. along stream, 1 times found in ex. polypore, 1 times found in fir-pine-oak-madro�o forest.
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 10 times ground forager, 6 times in debris of ant nest, 4 times foraging trail, 4 times ex refuse deposit, 0 times in rubbish heap of Atta sp., 1 times in rubbish heap, 3 times foraging, 1 times siftings ex decaying cacao pods, 1 times On fresh dung on trail, 1 times near nest entrance of Atta cephalotes, 2 times ex nest of this ant, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 1 times carrion trap|squid, 1 times carrion trap, 0 times beating, 3 times sweeping, 1 times Berlese, 2 times pitfall, 1 times dung trap|cup, 1 times FIT, 1 times hand collected|found dead, 0 times at light|UV trap.
Elevations: collected from 30 - 2926 meters, 486 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1906-12-22 and 2015-01-18
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