Known only from the type material.
Shattuck (2005) - Minor. Enlarged hairs on pronotum present, limited to a band along the central 1/3 of its width; dorsal surface of head with abundant, closely spaced pubescence; mesonotum strongly arched and dorsum of mesosoma forming a strong arch with the propodeum relatively low; dorsum of gaster golden yellow, lighter in color than mesosoma.
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The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants.
- flavocrines. Camponotus (Myrmophyma) flavocrines Donisthorpe, 1941j: 207 (w.) NEW GUINEA. See also: Shattuck, 2005: 11.
Unless otherwise noted the text for the remainder of this section is reported from the publication that includes the original description.
Shattuck (2005) - Minor. Lateral surface of head strongly concave with a strong angle or ridge running between the eye and the posterolateral corner, the head widest slightly above the eyes, slightly narrower just above the mandibular insertions and narrowest just below the eyes. Antennal scape very long, surpassing posterior margin of head by about three-fourths its length. Petiolar node low, block-like (the dorsal surface flat) and with a slight anterior tilt. Individual erect hairs scattered on dorsum of mesonotum, propodeum and gaster; enlarged yellow-white hairs present on central one-third of pronotum; pubescence abundant on head and dorsum of mesosoma, sparse on lateral mesosoma and gaster. Colour black with the posterior two-thirds of the gastral dorsum dark yellow.
Shattuck (2005) - Holotype worker from Madew, St. Joseph River, Papua New Guinea (The Natural History Museum, examined).
- Donisthorpe, H. 1941k. Descriptions of new ants (Hym., Formicidae) from various localities. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 11(8): 199-210 (page 207, worker described)
- Shattuck, S.O. 2005. Review of the Camponotus aureopilus species-group (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), including a second Camponotus with a metapleural gland. Zootaxa. 903:1-20. PDF