The Ants of Africa
Genus Strumigenys
Strumigenys zandala Bolton

Strumigenys zandala Bolton

return to key {link to the Hymenoptera Name Server} Type location Equatorial Guinea (Bolton, 1983: 399, illustrated, full-face view, worker), collected on Annobon I., at 400-500 m, by L. Fea, v.1902; holotype worker and 27 paratype workers  - see below .

{Strumigenys zandala}Bolton's description (1983) is at {original description}.

WORKER - TL 2.2-2.3 mm; larger than hastyla and hairs on gaster not distinctly apically swollen or flattened hairs; colour light brownish-yellow .

A collection from Cameroun, near Yaoundé (G. Terron) was given by Bolton (1983) but the country was not given in his key. However, he thought it could be an extreme of a single species with hastyla.

{Strumigenys zandala}The photomontage of the holotype is collated from

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