The Ants of Africa
Genus Euponera
Euponera aenigmatica (Arnold)

Euponera aenigmatica (Arnold)

return to key {link to the Hymenoptera Name Server} Type location South Africa (Ponera aenigmatica n. sp., Arnold, 1949: 265, illustrated, worker) Stanger, Natal, J C Faure, worker only described.


{Pachycondyla aenigmatica}Arnold's (1949) description is at {original description}.

TL 3.7 mm; brownish-black, posterior margins of gastral tergites and clypeus brownish-yellow, appendages ferruginous.


{Pachycondyla aenigmatica}The photomontage of a specimen from South Africa, labelled Pachycondyla sharpi, presumably unpublished, is collated from http://www.antweb.org/specimen.do?name=CASENT0104897. This matches all the characters described by Arnold (1949).


Oxford University Museum specimens

Euponera aenigmatica
B Taylor det.

Gabon
Y Braet
Gabon 177

8.vi-20.vi.2006
Pongara
0034' N
0919' E
Pongara Base; winkler funnel

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{album}

{Pachycondyla aenigmatica}The photomontage is of a worker from Gabon, Pongara National Park; collector Yves Braet (Gabon 177). 

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