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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryCosta Rica
State/ProvincePuntarenas
LocalityManuel Antonio Nat. Park
Latitude9.38333
Longitude-84.15
Institution CodeCas
Collection CodeAntweb
Catalog NumberInbiocri001284158
Collected ByJ. Longino
Date Collected1985-07-28

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Taxonomy
Scientific Namemycocepurus tardus
Higher Classficationanimalia;arthropoda;insecta;hymenoptera;hymenoptera;formicidae;myrmicinae
Kingdomanimalia
Phylumarthropoda
Classinsecta
Orderhymenoptera
Familyformicidae
GenusMycocepurus
Specific Epithettardus
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified ByJ. Longino
Date Identified2003-12-10
Catalog Numberinbiocri001284158
PreparationsDry-mount
SexAdult worker
Institution CodeCAS
Collection CodeANTWEB
Occurrence IDCAS:ANTWEB:inbiocri001284158
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByJ. Longino
Field NumberJTL0663
Date Collected1985-07-28
Verbatim Date Collected28 Jul 1985
Field NotesNOTEBY J.Longino: Wet forest. A Trachymyrmex nest (#662) and a Mycocepurus nest (#663) were within 5cm of each other in the red clay soil in the center of the trail. Trachymyrmex had a larger, asymetrical pile above ground, and a 3-4cm dia fungus nest 5cm deep. Mycocepurus had a small turret of soil and a 1-2cm dia fungus nest near the Trachymyrmex.
Locality
CountryCosta Rica
State / ProvincePuntarenas
Continentnorth america
LocalityManuel Antonio Nat. Park
Habitatwet forest; nest in clay soil
Decimal Latitude9.38333
Decimal Longitude-84.15
Minimum Elevation in Meters20
Georeference Remarksminutes
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