Polyrhachis limitis Santschi
Type location Zaïre (Polyrhachis
(Pseudocyrtomyrma) alexisi Forel stirps limitis n. st.,
Santschi, 1939c: 12, worker; new status
by Bolton, 1973b: 350), holotype only from Kinshasa, Congo Pale,
collected by Gérard .
description is at . Bolton's modern
description (1973b) is at .
WORKER - TL 6.5 mm, HL 1.59, HW 1.29, SL 1.63, PW 1.33;
separable from alexisi by presence of margination on the
propodeum; no erect hairs except on clypeus and gastral apex, very
short, sparse pubescence (Bolton, 1973b: 350, illustrated, anterior
Rigato (2016) had; "The following data refer to the
recently collected second known worker of this species. This Tanzanian
specimen differs from the type only by its smaller size; yet I could
not detect any significant difference from the type. HL 1.34, HW 1.16,
CI 87, SL 1.47, SI 127, FW 0.37, FI 32, PW 1.14, WL 1.66, HTL 1.40.
Material examined. TANZANIA: Kigoma Region, Gombe Stream N.P., 4°42’S
29°37’E, thickset woodland, from trail, 798–1115 m, ix.2009–i.2010 (R.
O’Malley) (1 w, HLMD: RO 09-1253)."