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E1 [endemic to California], E2 [endemic to California floristic province (Hickman, 1993)]
Found most commonly in these habitats: 20 times found in Meadow, 2 times found in Riparian vegetation (mostly Salix sp.) on gravelly sand bar on south side of Whe, 5 times found in Riverside meadow, 4 times found in Bottomland meadow, 4 times found in Subalpine meadow, 3 times found in Sagebrush, 1 times found in riparian wash, 2 times found in Meadow-pasture, 2 times found in mixed grass prairie, 2 times found in Lodgepole pine and sagebrush, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 12 times under rock, 2 times ground nest, with irregular crater of excavated earth and pebbles, 2 times sand hills, 2 times masonry dome nest, 1 times ground forager(s), 2 times grassy mound, 1 times under wood, 1 times under rock, invading queen- Formica obscuripes, 1 times under dung, 1 times thatched nest, under rock, 1 times tending aphids, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: w, larv times coll.
Elevations: collected from 10 - 3459 meters, 1974 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1931-07-01 and 2005-07-03
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