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J. Longino, 30 Nov 2021: Borgmeier (1955:383) wrote "I suspect that longiscapus is the male impudens." DNA barcoding confirms the conjecture. A male that keys to N. longiscapus clusters with a worker of N. impudens, both from a site in Guatemala. Workers of N. impudens from La Selva biological station, near the type locality of N. longiscapus, are in the same cluster.
Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in wet forest, 1 times found in moist forest, 1 times found in moist forest edge, 1 times found in rainforest, 1 times found in mature wet forest, 1 times found in rainforest edge, 1 times found in lowland rainforest.
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 2 times nocturnal column, 1 times column on trail at night, 1 times at light, 1 times column, 1 times nocturnal ground foragers, 1 times ground foragers, 1 times beating vegetation.
Collected most commonly using these methods: 5 times search, 1 times beating.
Elevations: collected from 50 - 930 meters, 192 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1989-03-03 00:00:00.0 and 2016-06-10 00:00:00.0
Type specimens: syntype of Neivamyrmex impudens: casent0911153
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