Camponotus JTL-030 (cf. christopherseni) Longino ms.

Formicinae, Formicidae, Hymenoptera, Insecta, Arthropoda, Animalia

worker lateral view

worker face view


Costa Rica (La Selva).


Minor worker: head subtrapezoidal; scape with subdecumbent long pubescence, no erect setae; lateral margins of head with 1-3 erect setae near mandibular insertions, bare posteriorly; sides and dorsum of pronotum both flat and meeting at a sharp keel that is produced and projecting forward anterolaterally; dorsal and lateral faces of propodeum flat, meeting at a distinct angle; dorsal and posterior faces of propodeum distinct, meeting at a broadly rounded angle, subequal in length; propodeum in lateral view tall and narrow; face densely micropunctate, mesosoma and first gastral tergite shallowly microreticulate; first gastral tergite with sparse subdecument pubescence, abundant erect white to clear setae; integument black, sublucid throughout, scapes red brown.

Major worker: unknown.


I know this species from two minor workers from La Selva. One was collected in a recent branchfall, and the other was collected in a canopy fogging sample from the ALAS project.

Page author:

John T. Longino, The Evergreen State College, Olympia WA 98505

Date of this version: 22 January 2002
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