Dolichoderus monoceros species group

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Based on Dill 2002.

Species

Distribution

New Guinea

Identification

The the large cone shaped structure on the propodeum clearly separates these two species from other southeast Asian Dolichoderus.

Description

Worker

(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.

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