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===Description===
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====Worker====
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Holotype. TL 3.0, HL 0.80, HW 0.57, CI 71, ML 0.37, MI 46, SL 0.42, SI 74, PW 0.34, AL 0.87. Mandible with a small preapical tooth. Apicoscrobal hair present; without laterally projecting hairs on upper scrobe margin anterior to this. Cephalic dorsum with a pair of erect fine hairs that straddle the midline close to the occipital margin; usually also with a shorter erect hair on lateral margin of occipital lobe but without erect hairs at highest point of vertex. Dorsum of head densely reticulate-rugulose, tops of rugulae and spaces between rugular meshes finely punctulate. Promesonotal dorsum rugulose, predominantly longitudinally so; similar sculpture present on propodeal dorsum but much weaker, finer and less conspicuous. Side of pronotum longitudinally rugulose; katepisternum smooth; metapleuron with some punctate sculpture anteriorly but most of its surface, and that of side of propodeum, longitudinally rugulose. Anterior coxae with weak transverse rugulae. Pronotal humeral hair long and fine, flagellate or looped apically (apparently fragile, broken off at about its midlength in half the paratypes). Pronotal dorsum with 1-2 pairs of erect fine hairs, mesonotum with 3-4 similar pairs. First gastral tergite with long fine filiform to flagellate hairs. Dorsal surface of hind femur without standing hairs, but 1-2 may be present on ventral surface; dorsal (outer) surfaces of hind tibia and basitarsus each with 1-2 long erect freely projecting filiform or flagellate hairs. Propodeal teeth short, triangular and acute. Petiole in profile claviform.
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Paratypes. TL 3.0-3.2, HL 0.80-0.86, HW 0.57-0.60, CI 69-73, ML 0.37-0.40, MI 45-49, SL 0.42-0.44, SI 73-76, PW 0.30-0.35, AL 0.87-0.90 (5 measured).
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Holotype worker, Thailand: Doi Inthanon, 7.xi.1985, no. 15 (Lobl & Burckhardt) ({{MHNG}}).
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Paratypes. 10 workers and 4 queens with same data as holotype; 6 workers with same data but no. 14; 4 workers and 1 queen with same data but 1650 m., no. 16 (MHNG, {{BMNH}}, {{MCZ}}).
 
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Revision as of 19:42, 14 January 2016

Strumigenys dipsas
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Formicidae
Subfamily: Myrmicinae
Tribe: Attini
Genus: Strumigenys
Species: S. dipsas
Binomial name
Strumigenys dipsas
Bolton, 2000

Strumigenys dipsas casent0102643 profile 1.jpg

Strumigenys dipsas casent0102643 dorsal 1.jpg

Specimen labels

Identification

Keys including this Species

Distribution

Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists

Oriental Region: Thailand (type locality).

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Biology

Castes

Nomenclature

The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World.

  • dipsas. Strumigenys dipsas Bolton, 2000: 757 (w.q.) THAILAND.

Unless otherwise noted the text for the remainder of this section is reported from the publication that includes the original description.

Description

Worker

Holotype. TL 3.0, HL 0.80, HW 0.57, CI 71, ML 0.37, MI 46, SL 0.42, SI 74, PW 0.34, AL 0.87. Mandible with a small preapical tooth. Apicoscrobal hair present; without laterally projecting hairs on upper scrobe margin anterior to this. Cephalic dorsum with a pair of erect fine hairs that straddle the midline close to the occipital margin; usually also with a shorter erect hair on lateral margin of occipital lobe but without erect hairs at highest point of vertex. Dorsum of head densely reticulate-rugulose, tops of rugulae and spaces between rugular meshes finely punctulate. Promesonotal dorsum rugulose, predominantly longitudinally so; similar sculpture present on propodeal dorsum but much weaker, finer and less conspicuous. Side of pronotum longitudinally rugulose; katepisternum smooth; metapleuron with some punctate sculpture anteriorly but most of its surface, and that of side of propodeum, longitudinally rugulose. Anterior coxae with weak transverse rugulae. Pronotal humeral hair long and fine, flagellate or looped apically (apparently fragile, broken off at about its midlength in half the paratypes). Pronotal dorsum with 1-2 pairs of erect fine hairs, mesonotum with 3-4 similar pairs. First gastral tergite with long fine filiform to flagellate hairs. Dorsal surface of hind femur without standing hairs, but 1-2 may be present on ventral surface; dorsal (outer) surfaces of hind tibia and basitarsus each with 1-2 long erect freely projecting filiform or flagellate hairs. Propodeal teeth short, triangular and acute. Petiole in profile claviform.

Paratypes. TL 3.0-3.2, HL 0.80-0.86, HW 0.57-0.60, CI 69-73, ML 0.37-0.40, MI 45-49, SL 0.42-0.44, SI 73-76, PW 0.30-0.35, AL 0.87-0.90 (5 measured).

Type Material

Holotype worker, Thailand: Doi Inthanon, 7.xi.1985, no. 15 (Lobl & Burckhardt) (Musee d'Histoire Naturelle Genève).

Paratypes. 10 workers and 4 queens with same data as holotype; 6 workers with same data but no. 14; 4 workers and 1 queen with same data but 1650 m., no. 16 (MHNG, The Natural History Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology).

References

  • Bolton, B. 2000. The ant tribe Dacetini. Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute. 65:1-1028. (page 757, worker described)