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Longino note, 9 Nov 2013: DNA barcoding shows A. minans being the same as the ubiquitous A. mayri. They are very similar to A. mayri in shape, size, and sculpture, differing in yellow color and much smaller eyes. Even though A. mayri is common in Winkler samples, I have no nest information. Could A. minans be a specialized reproductive caste of A. mayri? I do have a normal dealate queen of A. mayri from Chiapas, Mexico.
Found most commonly in these habitats: 5 times found in montane wet forest, 4 times found in mature wet forest, 4 times found in tropical rainforest, 2 times found in ridgetop cloud forest, 2 times found in lowland rainforest, 1 times found in garden.
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 17 times ex sifted leaf litter.
Collected most commonly using these methods: 10 times MiniWinkler, 7 times maxiWinkler.
Elevations: collected from 50 - 1140 meters, 522 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 2007-02-26 and 2016-07-03
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