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Found most commonly in these habitats:
16 times found in oak woodland, 23 times found in agricultural zone, 7 times found in Ponderosa pine forest, 9 times found in coastal scrub, 8 times found in shrub steppe, 0 times found in Mixed canyon forest, 2 times found in Meadow, 8 times found in cloud forest, 2 times found in Pinyon-cedar woodland, 5 times found in Aspen forest, ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats:
29 times under stone, 11 times nest under stone, 6 times under rock, 9 times strays, 1 times found under dry vegetation, 4 times ex rotten log, 8 times nest under rock, 4 times under dead wood, 7 times ex sifted leaf litter, 5 times beating vegetation, 6 times ground foragers, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods:
31 times Under rock, 85 times search, 52 times Bay Area Ant Survey (BAAS), 53 times hand collecting, 24 times pitfall, 8 times Pitfall trap, 3 times Log stage 4, 1 times Log stage 2, 6 times under wood, 3 times baiting, 0 times Log stage 3, ...
collected from 5 - 3202 meters, 1492 meters average
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