Nothing is known about the biology of Monomorium concolor.
Zhou (2001) - Similar to Monomorium chinense, but differs from the latter in head distinctly longer than broad, CI < 85; propodeum not laterally impressed, basal face of propodeum roundly runing into declivity; concolored.
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The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants.
- concolor. Monomorium concolor Zhou, 2001b: 114, 234, figs. 202, 203 (w.) CHINA.
Unless otherwise noted the text for the remainder of this section is reported from the publication that includes the original description.
Holotype worker: TL 1.6, HL 0.42, HW 0.32, CI 76, SL 0.28, SI 87, PW 0.22, AL 0.42, ED 0. 07.
Head longer than broad, with substraight sides and slightly concave occipital border. Masticatary margin of mandible with 4 teeth. Median of clypeus convex, its anterior border straight, distinctly denticulate laterally. Antennal scapes not reaching occipital border. Eyes small, slightly convex. Dorsum of pronotum and mesonotum roundly convex; mesopropodeal suture deeply impressed; propodeum not laterally compressed, basal face roundly i:uning into declivity. Petiolar node high, sub triangular in profile view, roundly convex at tip, longer than postpetiole which rounded and lower than petiolar node, and as broad as petiolar node in dorsal view. Gaster oval, anterior border straight in dorsal view.
Smooth and shining in the entire body. Erect hairs moderately dense, mixed up with decumbent short hairs on head; antennal scapes and dorsum of hind tibia with abundant suberect hairs.
Paratypes 17 workers: TL 1.4~1.7, HL 0.35~0.42, HW 0.28~0.34, CI 75~85, SL 0.24~0.28, SI 83~87, PW 0.18~0.22, AL 0.38~0.42, ED 0.06~0.07.
Holotype worker, Quanzhou County, Guangxi, 12.IX.1995, Shanyi Zhou leg. Paratypes: 5 worker, data as holotype; 4 workers, Xin An County, Guangxi, 11.IX.1995; 3 workers, Liuzhou City, Guangxi, 22.IX.1995; Huaping Natural Reserve, Guangxi, 8.VII.1995. All specimens were collected by Shanyi Zhou.
- Zhou, S. 2001. Ants of Guangxi. Guilin, China: Guangxi Normal University Press. 255 pp. (page 114, 324, figs. 202, 203 worker described)