Camponotus mucronatus

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Camponotus mucronatus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Formicidae
Subfamily: Formicinae
Tribe: Camponotini
Genus: Camponotus
Species: C. mucronatus
Binomial name
Camponotus mucronatus
Emery, 1890

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Identification

Distribution

Latitudinal Distribution Pattern

Latitudinal Range: 22.00083333° to -19.6°.

 
North
Temperate
North
Subtropical
Tropical South
Subtropical
South
Temperate

Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists

Neotropical Region: Costa Rica (type locality), Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico (type locality).

Distribution based on AntMaps

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Distribution based on AntWeb specimens

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Countries Occupied

Number of countries occupied by this species based on AntWiki Regional Taxon Lists. In general, fewer countries occupied indicates a narrower range, while more countries indicates a more widespread species.

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Estimated Abundance

Relative abundance based on number of AntMaps records per species (this species within the purple bar). Fewer records (to the left) indicates a less abundant/encountered species while more records (to the right) indicates more abundant/encountered species.

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Biology

Flight Period

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Source: Kaspari et al., 2001.

Castes

Nomenclature

The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World.

  • mucronatus. Camponotus mucronatus Emery, 1890b: 58 (s.w.) COSTA RICA.
    • [Also described as new by Emery, 1894k: 63.]
    • Combination in C. (Myrmorhachis): Forel, 1914a: 274;
    • combination in C. (Myrmocladoecus): Emery, 1925b: 167; Wheeler, W.M. 1934e: 424.
    • Status as species: Dalla Torre, 1893: 243; Emery, 1894k: 63; Emery, 1896d: 377 (in list); Forel, 1899c: 145; Emery, 1925b: 167; Wheeler, W.M. 1934e: 424; Wheeler, W.M. 1934g: 226; Wheeler, W.M. 1942: 259; Kempf, 1972a: 55; Bolton, 1995b: 112; Branstetter & Sáenz, 2012: 256; Mackay & Mackay, 2019: 763.
    • Senior synonym of tridentanodus: Dubovikoff & Coronado-Blanco, 2017: 1329.
    • Current subspecies: nominal plus formaster, hirsutinasus.
  • tridentanodus. Dolichoderus tridentanodus Ortega-De Santiago & Vásquez-Bolaños, 2012: 1005, figs. 1-3 (w.) MEXICO (Jalisco, Nayarit, San Luis Potosi).
    • Junior synonym of mucronatus: Dubovikoff & Coronado-Blanco, 2017: 1329.

Type Material

Deposition of Dolichoderus tridentanodus types

  • Holotype and 8 paratypes: Collection Entomological Studies Center in Zoology University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
  • 1 paratype: Ant collection of the Laboratory of Ecology and Systematics, Microarthropods, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Querétaro, Mexico
  • 1 paratype: Insect Collection of the Institute of Ecology, A. C., Veracruz, Mexico
  • 1 paratype: Collection ants of William and Emma Mackay, Texas, United States of America

Description

Ortega-De Santiago and Vásquez-Bolaños, 2012.
Ortega-De Santiago and Vásquez-Bolaños, 2012.
Ortega-De Santiago and Vásquez-Bolaños, 2012.
Ortega-De Santiago and Vásquez-Bolaños, 2012.

References

References based on Global Ant Biodiversity Informatics

  • Adams B. J., S. A. Schnitzer, and S. P. Yanoviak. 2019. Connectivity explains local ant community structure in a Neotropical forest canopy: a large-scale experimental approach. Ecology 100(6): e02673.
  • Branstetter M. G. and L. Sáenz. 2012. Las hormigas (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) de Guatemala. Pp. 221-268 in: Cano E. B. and J. C. Schuster. (eds.) 2012. Biodiversidad de Guatemala. Volumen 2. Guatemala: Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, iv + 328 pp
  • Castano-Meneses, G., M. Vasquez-Bolanos, J. L. Navarrete-Heredia, G. A. Quiroz-Rocha, and I. Alcala-Martinez. 2015. Avances de Formicidae de Mexico. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
  • Cisnesros-Caballero A., and M. Vasquez-Bolanos. 2013. La Colección de hormigas (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) del Centro de Estudios en Zoología de la Universidad de Guadalajara (CZUG). In Formicidae de Mexico (eds. M. Vasquez-Bolanos, G. Castano-Meneses, A. Cisneros-Caballero, G. A. Quiroz-Rocha, and J. L. Navarrete-Heredia) p 57-66.
  • Dattilo W. et al. 2019. MEXICO ANTS: incidence and abundance along the Nearctic-Neotropical interface. Ecology https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2944
  • Emery C. 1890. Studii sulle formiche della fauna neotropica. Bull. Soc. Entomol. Ital. 22: 38-8
  • Emery C. 1894. Estudios sobre las hormigas de Costa Rica. Anales del Museo Nacional de Costa Rica 1888-1889: 45-64.
  • Gove, A. D., J. D. Majer, and V. Rico-Gray. 2009. Ant assemblages in isolated trees are more sensitive to species loss and replacement than their woodland counterparts. Basic and Applied Ecology 10: 187-195.
  • INBio Collection (via Gbif)
  • Longino J. T. 2013. Ants of Honduras. Consulted on 18 Jan 2013. https://sites.google.com/site/longinollama/reports/ants-of-honduras
  • Longino J. T. 2013. Ants of Nicargua. Consulted on 18 Jan 2013. https://sites.google.com/site/longinollama/reports/ants-of-nicaragua
  • Longino J. et al. ADMAC project. Accessed on March 24th 2017 at https://sites.google.com/site/admacsite/
  • Longino, J.T. 2010. Personal Communication. Longino Collection Database
  • Maes, J.-M. and W.P. MacKay. 1993. Catalogo de las hormigas (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) de Nicaragua. Revista Nicaraguense de Entomologia 23.
  • Mirmecofauna de la reserva ecologica de San Felipe Bacalar
  • Ortega-De Santiago J. L., and M. Vásquez-Bolaños. 2012. Especie nueva de Dolichoderus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) de Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco y nuevos registros para México. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 83: 1004-1008.
  • Rico-Gray,V., J.G. Garcia-Franco, M. Palacios-Rios, C. Diaz-Castelazo, V. Parra-Tabla and J.A. Navarro. 1998. Geographical and Seasonal Variation in the Richness of Ant-Plant Interactions in Mexico. Biotropica 30(2):190-200.