The Ants of Africa
Genus Cerapachys
Cerapachys lamborni Crawley

Cerapachys lamborni Crawley

return to key {link to the Hymenoptera Name Server} Type location Malawi (Cerapachys lamborni, sp. nov., Crawley, 1923a: 29, worker) from Monkey Bay, Lake Nyassa, 1915, Dr W A Lamborn
junior synonym pigra (Cerapachys (C.) pigra sp. nov., Weber, 1942a: 41, illustrated - antenna, worker; synonymy by Brown, 1975: 23) from South Sudan, Imatong Mts, 31.vii. 1939, elev 3800 feet (see below)
worker only described .


{Cerapachys lamborni antennal apex}Crawley's (1923a) description is at {original description}. Weber's (1942a) description of pigra is at {original description}.


Cerapachys lamborniThe photomontage is of the holotype worker collated from http://www.antweb.org/specimen.do?name=casent0902711


{Cerapachys lamborni pigra}The photomontage of a pigra cotype is collated from http://mcz-28168.oeb.harvard.edu/mcz/FMPro?-DB=Image.fm&-Lay=web&-Format=images.htm&Species_ID=26130&-Find


Oxford University Museum specimens

Cerapachys lamborni
B Taylor det.


Tanzania
V Grebennikov


09-11.x.2002
Usambara Mts
505' S
3838' E
Amani NR, Zigi Lodge, 2200 m

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{Cerapchys lamborni}The photomontage is of a worker collected from Usambara Mts, Tanzania; collector Vasily Grebennikov.

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