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  • ...n areas of fine sand to loam. It occasionally nests under stones or pieces of wood. ...to the others in the complex. It was previously considered to be a member of the sanguinea group, based on the notched clypeus. (Mackay and Mackay 2002)
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  • <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST--> ...-8,000 ft., 93% 5,000-9,000 ft.). We have 204 records from 108 localities. Of these 64 were in the Cool Desert (2 in the cottonwood riparian), 51 in the
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  • |diversity_link = :category:List of species ...older group names have been replaced by newer names, and new arrangements of species, but the older groups remain in use by some myrmecologists and not
    31 KB (3,920 words) - 08:28, 6 October 2022