Key to Polyrhachis wallacei-group species
This worker key is based on: Kohout, R.J. 2008a. A review of the Polyrhachis ants of Sulawesi with keys and descriptions of new species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Formicinae). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 52:255-317.
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- Body and appendages covered with rather abundant, semierect to erect, bristle-like hairs . . . . . Polyrhachis hispida
- Body and appendages with only a few erect hairs on head and apical segments of gaster . . . . . 2
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- Pronotal humeri produced into blunt, minute teeth; body mostly light to medium yellowish-brown . . . . . Polyrhachis wallacei
- Pronotal humeri rounded without an indication of humeral teeth; body very dark reddish-brown, with sides of mesosoma, propodeum and petiole virtually black . . . . . . Polyrhachis kazuoi