The Ants of Africa
Genus Technomyrmex
Technomyrmex (Technomyrmex) semiruber Emery

Technomyrmex (Technomyrmex) semiruber Emery

return to key {link to the Hymenoptera Name Server} Type location Cameroun (Technonmyrmex semiruber n. sp., Emery, 1899e: 489, worker) collected by Conradt; worker only described (see Bolton, 1995) .


Emery's (1899e) description is at {original description}. Bolton's (2007: 35) re-description, not illustrated, is at {original description}.

Forel (1911d) wrote of Technomyrmex zimmeri, now synonymized with Technomyrmex schoutedeni, as resembling Technomyrmex semiruber but that has the gastral apex terminal; appendages with erect hairs, the head shiny and the propodeum much shorter and more domed.


{Technomyrmex semiruber}The photomontage of a syntype worker is collated from - http://www.antweb.org/specimen.do?name=casent0905075.


Oxford University Museum specimens

Technomyrmex semiruber
B Taylor det.
Queen
Gabon
Y Braet
Gabon 191

17-22.v.2006
Pongara
0034' N
0919' E
Leaf litter, winkler funnel


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{album}

{Technomyrmex semiruber}The photomontage is of a queen from Gabon, Pongara; collector Yves Braet (Gabon 191).

My diagnosis is speculative but it is of the right size and general colouration, pubescence, etc.

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