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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryCosta Rica
State/ProvincePuntarenas
LocalityJ. Longino
Latitude10.25
Longitude-84.833336
Institution CodeCas
Collection CodeAntweb
Catalog NumberInbiocri001279929

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Name Brian Fisher
RoleCurator
Emailbfisher@calacademy.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific Nameazteca longiceps
Higher Classficationanimalia;arthropoda;insecta;hymenoptera;hymenoptera;formicidae;dolichoderinae
Kingdomanimalia
Phylumarthropoda
Classinsecta
Orderhymenoptera
Familyformicidae
GenusAzteca
Specific Epithetlongiceps
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified ByJTL2972
Date Identified1995-04-10
Catalog Numberinbiocri001279929
PreparationsAlate queen
Institution CodeCAS
Collection CodeANTWEB
Occurrence IDCAS:ANTWEB:inbiocri001279929
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Field NumberDry mount
Date CollectedNOTEBY J.Longino: Roadside veg. Ex 4m tall Triplaris melaenodendron. Populous colony, workers emerged onto trunk when I climbed tree. 1km below San Luis turnoff. Patch of Triplaris. Three taller (4m tall) trees contained ants. There were numerous stump sprouts along road edge, but none contained any founding queens. The largest branch segments I examined from this tree were 3cm dia., and still contained hollow internodes with ants. A large basal section, 3cm dia., contained relatively few workers and scattered mealybugs, no scale insects. Exit holes were still maintained through 1cm of wood. I dissected 180cm of occupied branch. There were abundant brood, workers, carton partitions, exit holes, much like #2956. There were scattered alate queens, and at least one male. Unlike #2956, there was no trace of pink scale insects, and mealybugs were widespread and common.
Verbatim Date Collected1991-07-05
Sampling ProtocolJ. Longino
Locality
CountryCosta Rica
State / ProvincePuntarenas
Continentnorth america
LocalityJ. Longino
Habitat1991-07-05
Decimal Latitude10.25
Decimal Longitude-84.833336
Minimum Elevation in Meters5 Jul 1991
Location RemarksGuaria, rd to Monteverde
Georeference Remarksminutes
Other
Modified2017-11-20 14:13:50.0
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