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[Above] Tetraponera emeryi (queen). Welgemoed, Cape Town, South Africa: 19 April 2016.
[Below] Worker, Fort Beaufort. Photos and collections by Philip Herbst
Found most commonly in these habitats: 8 times found in Afromontane forest, 8 times found in Forest - Afromontane, 2 times found in tropical dry forest, 2 times found in forest along road, 2 times found in Afromontane forest edge, 2 times found in Large garden., 2 times found in riverine, 2 times found in coastal forest, 1 times found in Fogging of Tree canopy. Southern Afrotemperate Forest ., 1 times found in Forest - Afromontane - edge, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 7 times ex dead twig, 1 times ex dead twig thorny vine, 1 times ex dead twig Podalyria, 2 times nest in Acacia karoo thorn, 2 times ex dead twig vine, 1 times ex dead twig of Podalyria, 1 times ex dead twig Buddleja, 1 times hollow twig, in garden, 1 times ex dead twig of thorny vine, 1 times ex dead twig of Buddleja, 1 times ex dead twig Dombeya, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 4 times By Hand, 2 times sweep, 1 times Hand collected, 1 times Malaise trap, 1 times Sweeping.
Elevations: collected from 10 - 1750 meters, 615 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1933-10-31 and 2017-01-01
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