The Ants of Africa
Genus Strumigenys
Strumigenys ulugurensis Taylor new species

Strumigenys ulugurensis Taylor new species

return to key {link to the Hymenoptera Name Server} Type location Tanzania .

WORKER - TL 2.3 mm HL 0.50 HW 0.38 CI 76 MI 54 SL 0.38 SI 100; blackish-brown to black.

Closely to related to S. londianensis and S. sarissa. For a definitive comparative description see - Strumigenys ulugurensis description.


Oxford University Museum specimens

Strumigenys ulugurensis
B Taylor det.

Tanzania
V Grebennikov


19-21.x.2002
Uluguru Mts
710' S
3740' E
western slope between Tchenzema village and Lukwangule Plateau, 2200m 1
{original description}

{Strumigenys ulugurensis}The photomontage is of four specimens collected from Tanzania; Uluguru Mts., western slope between Tchenzema village and Lukwangule Plateau, 2200m; V Grebennikov, 19-21.x.2002; nest contents with several specimens.


{short description of image}S. ulugurensis with prey, oribatid mite ? (in alcohol)


Dried out {Strumigenys ulugurensis with prey}

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