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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryCosta Rica
State/ProvinceHeredia
LocalityJ. Longino
Latitude10.433333
Longitude-84.01667
Institution CodeCas
Collection CodeAntweb
Catalog NumberInbiocri001238415

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Taxonomy
Scientific Namecamponotus nitidior
Higher Classficationanimalia;arthropoda;insecta;hymenoptera;hymenoptera;formicidae;formicinae
Kingdomanimalia
Phylumarthropoda
Classinsecta
Orderhymenoptera
Familyformicidae
GenusCamponotus
Specific Epithetnitidior
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified ByJTL3363
Date Identified2000-07-20
Catalog Numberinbiocri001238415
PreparationsAdult worker
Institution CodeCAS
Collection CodeANTWEB
Occurrence IDCAS:ANTWEB:inbiocri001238415
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Field NumberDry-mount
Date CollectedNOTEBY J.Longino: #3363: Dendromyrmex; where SHA crosses stream between CC and SSO; carton nest under leaf of Guateria (?; plant det. by D. Brenes); entire nest collected alive in plastic bag. [There were no other nests that I could find on the tree or surrounding vegetation. The nest was thus either the entire colony, or one nest of a highly dispersed polydomous colony. Nest transfered to petri dish in lab, kept at ambient temperature, given minimal care. Nest gradually declined. I kept all adults as they died. Total nest contents (adult ants): 32 females, 1 male. All females looked like workers, with relatively low size variation, and none with ocelli. Thus the nest appeared to be queenless, and there was no chance for queen escape. Nest contained three syrphid larvae of different sizes. The largest pupated soon after nest capture, the second largest pupated several days later at a smaller size. The smallest larva was preserved in alcohol. The smaller pupa died. An adult syrphid emerged from the larger pupa on 28 March.]
Verbatim Date Collected1993-03-02
Sampling ProtocolJ. Longino
Locality
CountryCosta Rica
State / ProvinceHeredia
Continentnorth america
LocalityJ. Longino
Habitat1993-03-02
Decimal Latitude10.433333
Decimal Longitude-84.01667
Minimum Elevation in Meters2 Mar 1993
Location RemarksLa Selva Biological Station
Georeference Remarksminutes
Other
Modified2017-11-20 14:13:22.0
IDCAS:ANTWEB:inbiocri001238415
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