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Monomorium clavicorne André


Monomorium clavicorne André

return to key Type location Israel (Monomorium clavicorne nov. sp., André, 1881b: 68, illustrated, worker; also André, 1883a: 332, illustrated) Jaffa - see below
junior synonym punicum (Monomorium (Mitara) clavicorne André v punica n. car., Santschi, 1915a: 58, illustrated, worker; synonymy by Sharaf et al., 2018) from Tunisia - see
worker only described .

{Monomorium clavicorne}André's (1881b) description is at {original description} (illustration unavailable). Mayr (1904b) gave notes on a finding from Sudan, at Kaka, White Nile, by Traegardh; these are at {original description} Santschi's (1915a) description of punica is at {original description}.

{Monomorium clavicorne}The photomontage of the holotype is collated from

{Monomorium clavicorne}The photomontage is of a worker from Senegal, Tambacounda, Dindifa; collector B Ndiaye.

{Monomorium clavicorne}The photomontage is of a worker from Ivory Coast, Tai; collector Erena Dupont, ii.2014.

{Monomorium clavicorne}Egypt record - the photomontage is of workers from Egypt, taken by Mostafa Sharaf [perhaps misidentified as carbonarium by Mohamed et al].

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