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  • |name = ''Formicoxenus hirticornis'' |image = Formicoxenus hirticornis casent0103494 head 1.jpg
    7 KB (876 words) - 04:35, 21 December 2019
  • |name = ''Formicoxenus diversipilosus'' |image = Formicoxenus diversipilosus casent0003227 head 1.jpg
    10 KB (1,283 words) - 04:35, 21 December 2019
  • Nests in open woods. Extensive use of thatch, often in the shape of a dome. <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
    5 KB (728 words) - 04:29, 21 December 2019
  • ...s that it is a temporary social parasite (these types of hairs are typical of parasitic species). <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
    5 KB (728 words) - 04:25, 21 December 2019
  • ...ex (MacKay & MacKay 2002). There are several short erect hairs coming out of the compound eyes. <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
    11 KB (1,643 words) - 04:32, 21 December 2019
  • ...parasites, including ''[[Formicoxenus hirticornis]]'') and a large number of guest insects (myrmecophiles and opportunists). ...alent in the Pacific Northwest and is uncommon in New Mexico. A collection of ''Formica obscuripes'' was made at Ft. Davis, Texas, in 1902 (specimen in A
    21 KB (2,894 words) - 03:58, 10 January 2020