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Observed: 22nd October 2012 By: Richard Dickson
Added: 23rd December 2012
Two identical male ants were in my moth trap on 22nd October - quite a late date. They're clearly Formicinae. Antennae with 13 segments, inserted close to the posterior margin of the clypeus. Gonopalpi present. Orifice of propodeal spiracle circular. Middle and hind tibiae and antennal scapes with pubesence but without erect or suberect hairs. Orifice of metapleural gland with guard hairs. Mandibles with an apical and preapical tooth.