Cardiocondyla neferka Bolton
- Seifert Key Type location Ghana
(Bolton, 1982: 314, illustrated, worker); holotype and 3 other workers,
from Mampong (P.M. Room, 10.ii.1970). .
A single specimen was collected from primary forest leaf
litter at Mankrang Forest Reserve, Ghana (Belshaw & Bolton, 1994b).
Cardiocondyla species A124 was listed by Room (1971)
from open ground at the Mamfe-Mampong cocoa farm in Ghana - presumably,
by extrapolation, together with comments in Belshaw & Bolton
(1994b), that was neferka.
Workers from Nko'emvon, Cameroun (D.A. Jackson)
were seen by Bolton (1982).
Seifert (2003) reports examining a worker specimen from Nigeria,
Gambari (CRIN), dated 10.vi.1969; however, he lists a worker of Cardiocondyla
emeryi with the same location and date, i.e. from the
era of Bolton's stay at CRIN, and one has to wonder how, if Seifert was
correct, Bolton missed separating it.