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Found most commonly in these habitats:
54 times found in Black Belt Prairie, 38 times found in cedar glade, 0 times found in in cultivated cotton, 0 times found in peripheral to cultivated cotton, 25 times found in oak woodland, 23 times found in agricultural zone, 21 times found in deciduous forest, 22 times found in Ponderosa pine forest, 20 times found in oak/hickory forest near cedar glade, 16 times found in mixed forest, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats:
30 times under stone, 33 times litter, 11 times nest under stone, 6 times under rock, 10 times strays, 1 times found under dry vegetation, 4 times ex rotten log, 8 times ex sifted leaf litter, 8 times nest under rock, 8 times ground forager(s), 9 times soil, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods:
52 times Bay Area Ant Survey (BAAS), 21 times pitfall trap, 123 times Under rock, 92 times search, 64 times malaise trap, 53 times hand collecting, 38 times Berlese funnel, 24 times pitfall, 24 times Lindgren funnel, 13 times Log stage 4, 11 times sweeping, ...
collected from 5 - 3202 meters, 1499 meters average
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