Brown & Douglas, 1958
These ants may be specialist predators, unlike most Rhytidoponera (Andersen 2000).
Heterick (2009) - Possibly consisting of a complex of two or more species, this highly distinctive taxon has an unmistakeable appearance, since the node is produced as a sharp spur or tooth directed posteriad.
Keys including this Species
Heterick (2009) - can be found in the extreme north and probably also in the eastern fringes of the SWBP.
Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists
Distribution based on AntMaps
Distribution based on AntWeb specimens
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The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants.
- tyloxys. Rhytidoponera tyloxys Brown & Douglas, in Brown, 1958g: 282, figs. 36, 37 (w.) AUSTRALIA.
- Holotype, worker, Woodstock Station, 900mi. N Perth, Western Australia, Australia, 64–37, Western Australian Museum.
- Paratype, 5 workers, Woodstock Station, 900mi. N Perth, Western Australia, Australia, Museum of Comparative Zoology.
- Paratype, 4 workers, Woodstock Station, 900mi. N Perth, Western Australia, Australia, Western Australian Museum.
- Brown, W. L., Jr. 1958g. Contributions toward a reclassification of the Formicidae. II. Tribe Ectatommini (Hymenoptera). Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 118: 173-362 PDF (page 282, figs. 36, 37 worker described)
- Heterick, B. E. 2009. A guide to the ants of South-western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement 76:1-206. PDF