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California records from Francoeur (1973:168).
Found most commonly in these habitats: 36 times found in nest, mound of soil, escape, active, spruce/aspen forest, rocky sand, brood, 27 times found in nest under medium stone, sparse forest, pine/fir/aspen, rocky loam, brood, 26 times found in under medium stone, grassland, some trees, rocky loam, active, brood, aggressive, 21 times found in under stone, fir/pine/aspen forest, sexuals in nest, escape with brood, rocky clay soil, 20 times found in nest under stone and in soil, brood in nest, dense hardwood forest, sandy loam soil, 19 times found in nest under stone, fir/pine/aspen forest, brood in nest, escape with brood, rocky clay soil, 18 times found in under 2 small stones, grassland, few shrubs, rocky clay soil, sluggish, escape with brood, males, 17 times found in nest under stone, pine/aspen forest, clay loam soil, active, escape, 16 times found in nest, mound of soil, spruce/aspen forest, rocky loam, brood, 14 times found in nest under small stone (20cm diameter), fir forest, brood in nest, escape, with brood, loam soil, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 27 times under stone, 8 times soil mound, 6 times nest under stone, 6 times nest in soil, 5 times soil mound nest, 2 times large soil mound, 3 times nest in soil mound, 2 times in soil, 2 times in dead wood, 2 times under dead wood, 1 times nest in dead wood, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 85 times search, 1 times winkler.
Elevations: collected from 5 - 3070 meters, 2054 meters average
Type specimens: paratype of Formica podzolica: casent0903286