The Ants of Africa
Genus Tetramorium
Tetramorium antrema (Bolton)

Tetramorium antrema (Bolton)

return to group key {link to the Hymenoptera Name Server} Type location Cameroun (Triglyphothrix antrema, Bolton, 1976: 318, worker, not illustrated; 1985). From Ototomo Forest Reserve, holotype worker only (G. Terron) .


Bolton's description (1976) is at {original description}.

WORKER - TL 1.8 mm; a minute species. Colour black, antennae and femora dark brown, tibiae yellowish white.

Described as widespread (found at 10 sites, 162 workers) in Ghana in leaf litter by Belshaw & Bolton (1994b).


{Tetramorium antrema}The photomontage of the holotype worker is collated from http://www.antweb.org/specimen.do?name=casent0901143.


Oxford University Museum specimens

Tetramorium antrema
B Taylor det.
Congo
Y Braet
t-1-4

19.viii.2007
Brazzaville
4 15' 33" S
15 17' 5" E
24h pitfall trap; forest around the GERDIB laboratories; 317 m asl
1
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Tetramorium antrema
B Taylor det.
Congo
Y Braet
t-1-7
19.viii.2007
Brazzaville
4 15' 33" S
15 17' 5" E
24h pitfall trap; forest around the GERDIB laboratories; 317 m asl
1
{album}

{Tetramorium antrema}The photomontage is of a worker from Congo, Brazzaville; collectors Yves Braet & Eric Zassi (t 1.4)


{Tetramorium antrema}The photomontage is of a secondworker from Congo, Brazzaville; collectors Yves Braet & Eric Zassi (t 1.7)

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