Dolichoderus monoceros species group
Based on Dill 2002.
The the large cone shaped structure on the propodeum clearly separates these two species from other southeast Asian Dolichoderus.
(figs. III-32, III-33): Medium-sized to large species; body, including dorsal alitrunk, pilose. Pronotum unarmed or shoulder edges expanded cone-like; mesonotum in profile only weekly convex; propodeum dorsomedially bearing a typical, large, ± pointed cone. Petiolus flattened.
Queens and Males are unknown.
- Dolichoderus species groups
- Key to Dolichoderus groups for workers of Southeast Asia
- Key to Dolichoderus groups for queens of Southeast Asia
- Dill, M. 2002. Taxonomy of the migrating herdsman species of the genus Dolichoderus Lund, 1831, with remarks on the systematics of other Southeast-Asian Dolichoderus. Pp. 17-113 in: Dill, M., Williams, D. J. and U. Maschwitz. 2002. Herdsmen ants and their mealybug partners. Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft Frankfurt am Main. 557:1-373.