| Crematogaster yamanei|
Hosoishi & Ogata, 2009
Nothing is known about the biology of Crematogaster yamanei.
A member of the subgenus Physocrema. Hosoishi and Ogata (2009) - This species is very similar to Crematogaster vacca. It differs in the reticulate rugulae on the head and promesonotum, and the relative depth of the metanotal groove.
Keys including this Species
This species is known only from the type locality in Sumatra.
Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists
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The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants.
- yamanei. Crematogaster (Physocrema) yamanei Hosoishi & Ogata, 2009b: 33, figs. 20, 32 (w.) INDONESIA (Sumatra).
Unless otherwise noted the text for the remainder of this section is reported from the publication that includes the original description.
HW 1.15–1.7; HL 1.03–1.45; CI 112–118; SL 0.93–1.1; SI 65–81; EL 0.2–0.28; PW 0.63–0.9; WL 1.26–1.78; PSL 0.15–0.18; PtL 0.41–0.55; PtW 0.36–0.5; PtH 0.23–0.28; PpL 0.22–0.33; PpW 0.31–0.48; PtHI 50–57; PtWI 90–96; PpWI 143–146; WI 85–95 (Three workers measured).
Workers with pronounced size polymorphism.
Scape reaching posterior corner of the head in large workers.
In lateral view, pronotum and mesonotum forming a single convexity; propodeum slightly raised relative to promesonotum. Anterior margin of pronotal collar slightly concave in dorsal view. Metanotal groove not convex posteriorly in dorsal view, not very deep and situated posterior to the posterior ridge of pronotum in lateral view; thorax not strongly constricted in middle in dorsal view. In dorsal view, many longitudinal rugulae connecting between mesonotum and propodeum; but the boundary distinct. Propodeal spiracle situated away from the metapleural gland orifice, the distance between them much greater than the propodeal spiracle diameter. Propodeal spines present.
Postpetiole slightly bilobed behind without longitudinal median sulcus.
Clypeus sculptured with longitudinal rugulae. Longitudinal rugulae on dorsal face of head, pronotum, mesonotum and propodeum.
Standing pilosity sparse on dorsal face of head and mesosoma. Dorsal face of head with appressed setae. Fourth abdominal tergite with some erect setae and abundant appressed setae.
Body color black.
Hosoishi and Ogata (2009) - HOLOTYPE worker from INDONESIA: Parapat (900m alt), Danau Toba, N. Sumatra, 19. viii. 2002 (SU02-SKY-66) (Sk Yamane) (Bogor Zoological Museum). Paratypes. 12 workers, same data as holotype (The Natural History Museum, Kyushu University Collection, Museo Civico di Storia Naturale, Genoa, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Musee d'Histoire Naturelle Genève, Naturhistorisches Museum Basel).