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E2 [endemic to California floristic province (Hickman, 1993)]
Found most commonly in these habitats: 22 times found in chaparral, 4 times found in low chaparral, 1 times found in Redshank chaparral, 1 times found in Scrubby oak chaparral, 1 times found in low oak woods with scattered pines, 1 times found in oak woodland, 1 times found in coastal pine forest, 1 times found in juniper woodland ecotone, 1 times found in mixed broadleaf forest, 1 times found in mixed chapparal, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 18 times under stone, 1 times stray foragers, 1 times stray workers on ground, 2 times on ground, 1 times nest beneath stone, 1 times low Adenostoma, 2 times under rock, 1 times strays at night, 2 times strays, 2 times ground foragers, 1 times nocturnal foragers, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 4 times hand collecting, 2 times hand coll., 1 times in pitfall trap.
Elevations: collected from 50 - 1640 meters, 555 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1930-04-01 and 2018-04-21
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