Camponotus


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Synonyms for Camponotus

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The black morph did not capture its potential models Camponotus cinctellus and Polyrhachis gagates under laboratory conditions.
Camponotus planatus workers were observed moving in trails along the irrigation system on the ground and crawling up and down sabal palms (Sabal palmetto (Walt.
O genero Camponotus, tambem citado como presente em hospitais de Sao Paulo (BUENO; CAMPOS-FARINHA, 1999), apresentou 10,95% de frequencia de ocorrencia.
Martin (University of Ulm) 1996 Sozialstruktur und Verhaltensokologie von Riesenameisen Camponotus gigas Latreille 1802 im Regenwald Malaysias auf Borneo.
In temperate, broadleaf forests, dispersal distances average less than a meter, though large-bodied Camponotus spp.
Two species of ants, Aphaenogaster lamellidens and Camponotus rasilis are not found in the checklist of Texas ants by Wheeler & Wheeler (1985).
This characteristic has already been observed in the different ant groups, like those of the subgenera Myrmothrix and Myrmamblys in genus Camponotus (Formicinae) (Mariano et al.
Many species of North American Camponotus are polymorphic and their major-workers and queens are the largest ants in western North America (Wheeler and Wheeler, 1986).
During field studies of Diaphorina enderleini on Vernonia amygdalina, four ant species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) widespread in the Afrotropical Region were encountered with the psyllid colonies: Pheidole megacephala (Fabricius, 1793) at Yaounde, Nkolondon, Okola and Obala, Camponotus acvapimensis Mayr, 1862, at Olembe and Obala, Crematogaster striatula Emery, 1892, at Koutaba, and Myrmicaria opaciventris Emery, 1893, at Yaounde.
Three species of the Camponotus genus were identified which differ in their pattern of nesting.
In addition to these, at least two genera of spiders (the salticids in the genus Sarinda Peckham & Peckham 1892 and possibly some Castianeira Keyserling 1879 in the family Corinnidae) may be generalist mimics of ponerine ants, while Peckhamia appears to mimic ants of the genus Camponotus or Crematogaster, and most Synemosyna Hentz 1846 seems to be obvious mimics of ants in the genus Pseudomyrmex [although in the north they resemble Crematogaster (B.
carolinensis Hymenoptera Formicidae Brachymyremx heeri depilis Hymenoptera Formicidae Camponotus caryae Hymenoptera Formicidae Camponotus chromaiodes Hymenoptera Formicidae Camponotus herculeans Pennsylvancius Hymenoptera Formicidae Crematogaster lineolata Hymenoptera Formicidae Formica fusca Hymenoptera Formicidae Formica fusca var.
Myrmecophilus pergandei has been reported to be associated with various ant species including Lasius umbratus (Nylander), Camponotus castaneus (Latreille), C.
Camponotus is the largest genus of ants in the world with over 1,500 species and subspecies.