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Tetraponera clypeata. Silvermine Nature Reserve, Table Mountain National Park, South Africa: 10 February 2017. Photo and collection by Philip Herbst// Distribution
Found most commonly in these habitats: 5 times found in spiny forest/thicket, 2 times found in fynbos, 2 times found in roadside, 4 times found in Fynbos - mesic montane fynbos on sandstone, 3 times found in coastal fynbos, 3 times found in Valley Bushveld, 2 times found in Renosterveld, 2 times found in Fynbos - mesic montane fynbos, 1 times found in Strandveld-Mtn fynbos ecotone dense bush, 2 times found in Fynbos - South Coast Strandveld, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 5 times ex dead thorn Acacia karoo, 2 times ex dead thorn of Acacia, 1 times ex dead stem Osteospermum, 2 times in stalks tenanted by Allodape bees, 2 times hollow twigs, 1 times ex dead stem of Osteospermum, 1 times ex dead twig, 1 times ex dead thorn on live branch of Acacia karroo, 1 times ex dead stem Restionaceae.
Collected most commonly using these methods: 7 times Pitfall Trap, 7 times Sweeping, 1 times direct collection, 1 times By Hand, 1 times Dead wood, 1 times Winkler Bag, 1 times Yellow Pan Trap.
Elevations: collected from 5 - 853 meters, 367 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1889-03-01 and 2006-11-14
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