Zettel & Balàka, 2018
Only known from the type locality in Phang-nga Province, Thailand.
Minor worker: Head and scape orange; mesosoma orange brown with variable light or medium brown areas dorsally, especially on propodeum. Vertex domed. Clypeus basally shallowly emarginated, with a hardly traceable median carina. Flagellum of normal length. Pronotum with reduced sculpture, somewhat shiny, with long standing setae. Dorsal outline of mesonotum and propodeum slightly convex, in some specimens separated by a weak depression.
Major worker unknown.
The minor worker of C. schulzianus is similar to Camponotus inquilinus by colour and sculpture, but differs by a more highly raised vertex, a slightly different outline of the clypeus, a slightly stouter mesosoma, a more structured dorsal outline of the mesosoma including a slight depression in front of the propodeum, reddish brown antennomeres that are increasingly infuscated towards apex, and reddish distal tarsomeres. The eyes are slightly smaller than in C. inquilinus (EI 31–32 vs. 33–35); in full-face view, they are laterally not fully reaching the head sides in two of four specimens.
Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists
Distribution based on AntMaps
Distribution based on AntWeb specimens
Check data from AntWeb
The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World.
- schulzianus. Camponotus (Myrmamblys) schulzianus Zettel & Balàka, in Zettel, Balàka, et al. 2018: 134, figs. 11-14 (w.) THAILAND.
- Holotype (minor worker #515; NHMW) from Thailand, Phang-nga Province, Khao Lak N.P., Thone Chong Fa Falls, N 8°40', E 98°18', 100–300 m a.s.l., leg. A. Schulz & K. Vock, #T13.
- Paratypes (NHMW): 1 minor worker (#388), same label data; 2 minor workers (#401, 402), same label data except T14.