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  • |name = ''Pheidologeton diversa ficta'' |species = '''''Pheidologeton diversa ficta''
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  • ...species]] or for valid names only see [[:Category:Pheidologeton_species|''Pheidologeton'' species]]. [[File:Pheidologeton Species Richness.png]]
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  • ...and for distribution information see [[Pheidologeton species by Country|''Pheidologeton'' species by Country]]. [[Pheidologeton aberrans|''aberrans'']] Santschi, 1937 ([[Angola]], [[Namibia]])<br />
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  • |name = ''Pheidologeton diversa ficta'' |species = '''''Pheidologeton diversa ficta''
    2 KB (209 words) - 05:39, 10 January 2018
  • **Combination in ''Pheidologeton'': Roger, 1863b: 30; ...oo-wasps. London: Taylor and Francis, 506 pp. (page 162, Junior synonym of diversus)
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  • *''{{BlueText|standfussi}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' subsp. ''standfussi'' Forel, 1911d: 386 (w.) GUINEA. ...genus ''Carebara'' Westwood (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): synonymisation of ''Pheidologeton'' Mayr under ''Carebara'', establishment and revision of the ''C. polita''
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  • ...s very peculiar and quite different from that of the other subspecies of ''diversus''. *''{{BlueText|tenuirugosa}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' subsp. ''tenuirugosus'' Wheeler, W.M. 1929g: 44 (s.w.) PHILIPPINES (Luzon
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  • *''{{BlueText|laotina}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' var. ''laotina'' Santschi, 1920h: 162 (s.w.q.) LAOS, VIETNAM. ...genus ''Carebara'' Westwood (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): synonymisation of ''Pheidologeton'' Mayr under ''Carebara'', establishment and revision of the ''C. polita''
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  • *''{{BlueText|draco}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' st. ''draco'' Santschi, 1920h: 163 (s.w.q.) VIETNAM. ...genus ''Carebara'' Westwood (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): synonymisation of ''Pheidologeton'' Mayr under ''Carebara'', establishment and revision of the ''C. polita''
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  • Wheeler (1929) - This subspecies is quite unlike any of the other forms of ''diversus'' in the opacity of the body, dark color and greatly reduced pilosity. It p *''{{BlueText|macgregori}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' subsp. ''macgregori'' Wheeler, W.M. 1929g: 50, fig. 6 (w.) PHILIPPINES (S
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  • ...nd the head intermediate in form between this subspecies and the typical ''diversus''. *''{{BlueText|philippina}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' subsp. ''philippinus'' Wheeler, W.M. 1929g: 46 (s.w.q.m.) PHILIPPINES (Lu
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  • *''{{BlueText|williamsi}}. Pheidologeton diversus'' subsp. ''williamsi'' Wheeler, W.M. 1929g: 49 (s.w.m.) PHILIPPINES (Luzon ...ad in shape intermediate between that of ''philippinus'' and the typical ''diversus'', the occipital portion being short and broadly rounded. Wings proportiona
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  • ...genus ''Carebara'' Westwood (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): synonymisation of ''Pheidologeton'' Mayr under ''Carebara'', establishment and revision of the ''C. polita'' |''Pheidologeton aberrans''||''[[Carebara aberrans]]''
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  • |''[[Carebara diversa]]'' (as ''Pheidologeton diversus'') |''[[Carebara silenus]]'' (as ''Pheidologeton silenus'')
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  • &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;•&nbsp;''[[Pheidologeton affinis australis]]'' Forel, 1915<br /> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;•&nbsp;''[[Pheidologeton australis mjobergi]]'' Forel, 1918<br />
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  • *''[[Pheidologeton diversus ficta]]'' Forel, 1911 ...lumns. Arcades constructed of soil particles sometimes roof the trails. P. diversus is a predator of small animals such as insects (Moffett, 1986). It also col
    39 KB (5,089 words) - 08:15, 11 March 2021
  • |''Pheidologeton dentiviris'', now ''[[Carebara yanoi]]'' |Synonym, see ''[[Paratrachymyrmex diversus]]''
    32 KB (3,324 words) - 09:02, 17 October 2020
  • ...the genus ''[[Leptanilla]]'' (subfamily Leptanillinae) and species of ''[[Pheidologeton]]'' (subfamily Myrmicinae) that swarm out to harvest a wide range of prey. ...nder away from the trails in large numbers to forage on their own, the ''[[Pheidologeton]]'' use the trails as departure points for column raids and occasionally sw
    70 KB (11,487 words) - 01:59, 8 March 2015
  • |Synonym, see ''[[Dolichoderus diversus]]'' |''[[Pheidologeton diversus ficta]]''
    58 KB (5,926 words) - 01:59, 18 March 2021
  • ...in the extremely polymorphic myrmicine ''[[Carebara diversa|Pheidologeton diversus]]'' (Moffett, 1987b). Otherwise enlarged intracolonial size variation is t ...abor discovered so far in ants, that of ''[[Carebara diversa|Pheidologeton diversus]]'' of southeast Asia. Colonies of this “marauder ant” contain hundred
    194 KB (31,097 words) - 02:05, 1 April 2020
  • ...nst the object but seldom attempt to grip it in the manner of solitary ''[[Pheidologeton]]'' foragers carrying smaller burdens. Workers utilize different movement This group-retrieval technique permits the ''[[Pheidologeton]]'' to carry food at many times the weight per worker than is possible thro
    169 KB (26,946 words) - 03:57, 11 March 2015
  • ...of trees and form persistent soil-walled trails (similar to the trails of Pheidologeton ants), which may also run underground. These ants may be collected by bait ...lippine ant genera. Pheidole hortensis Forel, 1913, major worker (A, B). Pheidologeton maccus Wheeler, 1929, major worker (C, D). Philidris species PH-01 (E, F).
    198 KB (27,824 words) - 10:09, 27 June 2020
  • *''Pheidologeton diversus'' st. ''macgregori'' var. ''tagalus'' Santschi, 1933d: 1 (q.) PHILIPPINES. *''Pheidologeton diversus'' subsp. ''fictus'' var. ''pilosior'' Wheeler, W.M. 1929g: 45 (s.) PHILIPPI
    404 KB (50,086 words) - 07:32, 30 November 2020
  • ...) discovered that food-laden workers of ''[[Carebara diversa|Pheidologeton diversus]]'' orient along chemical trails but determine the home direction according ...performed by ''[[Solenopsis]]'', ''[[Monomorium]]'', ''[[Pheidole]]'', ''[[Pheidologeton]]'', and certain other myrmicine ants was derived from the chemical tandem
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