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Types Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard.
Etymology Named after the collector, the distinguished coleopterist and biogeographer Philip J. Darlington.
Diagnosis Known only from the minor, which is readily distinguished by its unique coloration (see Color below), moderate-sized propodeal spines, and mostly foveolate head and mesosoma.
Measurements (mm) Syntype minor: HW 0.32, HL 0.48, SL 0.42, EL 0.06, PW 0.28.
Color Minor: bicolored; mostly pale, whitish yellow, with light brown postpetiole, gaster, portions of head as shown, and scapes.
Range Evidently an endemic of Haiti; it may possibly also turn up in the Dominican Republic when mountain habitats are better collected.
Figure Syntype, minor. HAITI: Massif de la Hotte (P. J. Darlington). Major: unknown. Scale bar = 1 mm.
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