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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryCosta Rica
State/ProvinceHeredia
LocalityJ. Longino
Latitude10.433333
Longitude-84.01667
Institution CodeCas
Collection CodeAntweb
Catalog NumberInbiocri002279310
Collected ByMature Wet Forest; Nest In Epiphytes

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Name Brian Fisher
RoleCurator
Emailbfisher@calacademy.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific Nameodontomachus panamensis
Higher Classficationanimalia;arthropoda;insecta;hymenoptera;hymenoptera;formicidae;ponerinae
Kingdomanimalia
Phylumarthropoda
Classinsecta
Orderhymenoptera
Familyformicidae
GenusOdontomachus
Specific Epithetpanamensis
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified ByJTL1393
Date Identified1996-07-20
Catalog Numberinbiocri002279310
PreparationsAdult worker
Institution CodeCAS
Collection CodeANTWEB
Occurrence IDCAS:ANTWEB:inbiocri002279310
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected Bymature wet forest; nest in epiphytes
Field NumberDry-mount
Date CollectedNOTEBY J.Longino: Primary forest. Collecting in 4-day old treefall, Stryphnodendron and enormous Dipteryx. CCL 300. Extensive multiple-nest colony of Odontomachus panamensis (#1393) spread throughout treefall; nesting in nearly every epiphyte clump, mainly moss and aroid clumps. Broadly overlapping with colony of Crematogaster parabiotica-group (#1394). Apparently a parabiotic association, but Odontomachus was alone in places, and Crematogaster were alone in places. The Crematogaster were streaming over the fallen trees, very abundant; aggregations of workers and occasional queens clustered under leaves, in small crevices, suggesting destruction and/or abandonment of original nest sites.
Verbatim Date Collected1986-07-18
Sampling ProtocolJ. Longino
Locality
CountryCosta Rica
State / ProvinceHeredia
Continentnorth america
LocalityJ. Longino
Habitat1986-07-18
Decimal Latitude10.433333
Decimal Longitude-84.01667
Minimum Elevation in Meters18 Jul 1986
Location RemarksLa Selva Biological Station
Georeference Remarksminutes
Other
Modified2017-11-20 14:14:14.0
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