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Specimen: JTL056053 Crematogaster rochai    


Persistent Identifier:

Species Distribution Status: Native

Locality Information:

  • Bioregion:
  • Neotropical
  • Adm1:
  • Latitude:
  • 0.0
  • Longitude:
  • 0.0
  • Lat/Long max error:
  • Elevation
  • Elevation max error:
  • Locality notes:

Collection Information:

  • Collected by:
  • Joergensen  
  • Date collected start:
  • 1906-12-31
  • Date collected end:
  • Habitat:
  • Sampling method:
  • Microhabitat:
  • Collection notes:

Specimen Information:

  • Life stage/sex notes:
  • worker
  • Caste:
  • worker
  • Subcaste:
  • normal
  • Owned by:
  • Determined by:
  • J. Longino
  • Date determined:
  • 1990-07-18
  • Type status:
  • syntypes malevolens
  • Type:
  • true
  • Medium:
  • dry-mount
  • DNA notes:
  • Specimen notes:
  • Note by J. Longino: Label: Nueva Pompeya, Chaco (1906) ([illeg.]). Note by J. Longino: Worker series. Identified as malevolens in Basel collection. The habitus is rochai. Petiole with very long, sharp ventral tooth. There are some very large workers in series. In the largest, the head is almost square, with the scapes going about half way to vertex margin. On this large worker there are about 9 spatulate setae on each side of AT4, clustered toward humeri, plus a posterior row. On smaller workers, posterior row drops out, and number around humeri reduces to 3-4. Even on very large workers setae are sparse on mesosoma: 0-4 on anterior margin of pronotum, 0 or 2 on mesonotum, usually one on the base of each propodeal spine.
  • Last Modified:
  • 2021-06-02 11:49:53.0  

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