Cataulacus jeanneli Santschi
Type location Kenya
(Cataulacus jeanneli n. sp.,
Santschi, 1914b: 108, illustrated, worker) from Gazi, coastal area,
xi.1911, collectors Alluaud & Jeannel - see below
(Cataulacus pygmaeus stirps degener,
Santschi, 1916b: 506, worker) from Angola (no location given by
Santschi) - see http://www.antweb.org/specimenImages.do?code=casent0912559
(janneli var loveridgei,
Santschi, 1926b: 244, worker) from Tanzania, Morogoro, A
Loveridge, 22.xi.1917 - no images on Antweb (September 2014)
only known (see Bolton, 1995) .
description is at .
Santschi's (1916b) description of degener is at . Santschi's (1926b) description of loveridgei
is at .
WORKER - diagnosis as key, HW < 0.80.
Also listed by Bolton (Cataulacus
jeanneli Santschi, sp. rev., 1982: 358, not illustrated, and
described) as known from Ivory Coast, Ghana, Cameroun,
and East and South Africa. Separated from Cataulacus brevisetosus as
being smaller, HW < 0.80. Bolton's (1974a: 31) description of the
latter included jeanneli
Both the males shown below have the strong longitudinal
rugae on the pedicel segments shown by Santschi.
The photomontage of the type worker is collated from http://www.antweb.org/specimen.do?name=casent0912558,
Oxford University Museum
B Taylor det.
|pkd collection from Combretum molle
photomontage is of a male from Tanzania,
Mkomazi; collector G C McGavin (Tree 2/18)
The photomontage is collated from http://www.antweb.org/specimen.do?name=casent0178289,
where it appears as Cataulacus lujae; but it clearly
matches the type description by Santschi for jeanneli