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  • |comment1=''Rhytidoponera violacea'' from the white sands of Talbot Road Nature Reserve, Stratton, Perth, Western Australia. Photo by Fa ...the head and mesosoma. Molecular or karyotype analysis of representatives of these populations may reveal that they are genetically distinct.
    17 KB (2,250 words) - 22:52, 6 October 2020
  • |diversity_link = :category:List of species ...d microhabitats and the sheer size of the genus makes any characterisation of their biology challenging. Nests are built in the ground, in rotten branche
    51 KB (6,428 words) - 08:04, 8 November 2020
  • ...tralian Region|Indo-Australian Region]]''': [[Micronesia (Federated States of)]], [[Palau]].<br />'''[[:Category:Malagasy Region|Malagasy Region]]''': [[ <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
    57 KB (7,015 words) - 01:39, 30 July 2020
  • ...ridge, covered only with apressed pubescence in addition to a ventral row of bristles, and its black to reddish-black body. Major workers have matte hea ...yntypes of var. ''concava'' Forel (Kugler, personal communication) because of their distinctly concave propodeal dorsum in lateral view and black body wi
    77 KB (9,873 words) - 01:10, 30 November 2020
  • at altitudes above 1200-1300 m in Mongolia. It inhabits different kinds of forest (larch, birch and pine) arid mountain meadows. Nests are built in ro ...few tiny setae on the head, the dorsum of the mesosoma and dorsal surface of the gaster.
    83 KB (10,741 words) - 06:13, 30 October 2020