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Extant: 8 valid subspecies
Camponotus vestitus. Tygerberg Nature Reserve, Cape Town, South Africa; 18 May 2016. Photos and collection by Philip Herbst.// Distribution
Found most commonly in these habitats: 8 times found in Camdeboo Escarpment Thicket, Acacia Thicket., 4 times found in Renosterveld, 4 times found in Bushy Karoo-Namib shrubland, 5 times found in Camdeboo Escarpment Thicket. Acacia thicket., 4 times found in Camdeboo Escarpment Thicket, Open habitat, low shrubs & mat forming wild carnation, scattered grass., open times found in woodland, 3 times found in Grassland, 3 times found in Camdeboo Escarpment Thicket, Acacia thicket stony ground., 3 times found in Camdeboo Escarpment Thicket, Acacia thicket, stony ground., 2 times found in Savannah, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 1 times soil, 1 times on low vegetation, 1 times ground foragers.
Collected most commonly using these methods: 59 times Pitfall trap, 8 times Yellow Pan Trap, 5 times Malaise Trap, 4 times Nest, 4 times Sweeping, 3 times Turning over rocks, 1 times Hand collected, 1 times pooter, 1 times Rotten animal carcass, 2 times By Hand, 1 times Human dung day trap, ...
Elevations: collected from 35 - 2470 meters, 1094 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1887-12-31 and 2016-11-02
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