Cataulacus kohli Mayr
Holotype was from Sierra
Leone (Cataulacus Kohli
nov. spec., Mayr, 1895: 127, illustrated, worker) from N'Gamie River,
Samlai Falls, collector A Mocquerys - no images on Antweb (September 2014)
(Cataulacus Kohli Mayr stirps brazzavillensis n. st., Santschi,
1910c: 389, illustrated, worker & male) from Congo,
Brazzaville, collected by A. Weiss - see http://www.antweb.org/specimenImages.do?code=casent0912561
foveolatus n. sp., Stitz, 1910:
140) from Equatorial Guinea - no images on Antweb (September 2014)
latipes n. sp., Menozzi,
1933a: 106, illustrated, worker) from Uganda - see below
worker and male
known (see Bolton, 1995) .
Bolton's modern description (1974a) is at
WORKER - TL 5.1-7.1 mm; distinguished as key features
(Bolton, 1974a: 22, illustrated, head and dorsal alitrunk).
Described as a rain forest species, most findings being
from Cameroun, Okola (C.A. Collingwood) and Nkolbisson (B. de
Miré, probably nesting on cocoa) and Zaïre (numerous).