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Species: Myrmica detritinodis   Emery, 1921 

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Myrmica detritinodis_cf, Myrmica detritinodis_nr

Taxonomic History (provided by Barry Bolton, 2021)

Myrmica scabrinodis var. detritinodis Emery, 1921c PDF: 40 (w.) U.S.A. (Maryland). Nearctic. AntCat AntWiki HOL

Taxonomic history

[First available use of Myrmica rubra scabrinodis detritinodis Emery, 1895; unavailable (infrasubspecific) name.].
[Misspelled as detrinodis by Smith, 1951c PDF: 790.].
As unavailable (infrasubspecific) name: Wheeler, 1906g PDF: 8; Wheeler, 1910a PDF: 566; Emery, 1921c PDF: 40.
Junior synonym of Myrmica fracticornis: Weber, 1948a PDF: 276; Smith, 1951c PDF: 790; Smith, 1979: 1349; Bolton, 1995b: 278.
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  Geographic regions (According to curated Geolocale/Taxon lists):
    Americas: Canada, United States
  Biogeographic regions (According to curated Bioregion/Taxon lists):

Specimen Habitat Summary

Found most commonly in these habitats: 1 times found in oak pine forest edge, 2 times found in pine-fir-spruce forest, 1 times found in oak pine forest, 1 times found in Dry tallgrass prairie, 1 times found in mixedwood forest, steep embankment bordering woods road, rocks and sandstone, 1 times found in spruce forest.

Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 2 times foragers on ground, 3 times under stone, 1 times colony in dry moss on rocks.

Collected most commonly using these methods: 2 times search, 2 times direct collection, 1 times Colony No. 308, 1 times GC 1.6, 1 times hand sorted, 1 times Pitfall.

Elevations: collected from 35 - 360 meters, 132 meters average

Collect Date Range: collected between 1891-08-01 and 2017-06-15

Type specimens: cotype of Myrmica detritinodis: casent0173003; paratype of Myrmica rubra scabrinodis detritinodis: casent0904077

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