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Technomyrmex pallipes (F. Smith)
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Species: Technomyrmex pallipes   (Smith, 1876) 

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Taxonomic History (provided by Barry Bolton, 2018)

Tapinoma pallipes Smith, 1876a PDF : 447 (w.) MAURITIUS (Rodrigues Is.). Malagasy. Primary type information: Mauritius, Rodriguez Is.; CASENT0102320; BMNH. AntCat AntWiki HOL

Taxonomic history

[Misspelled as Technomyrmex pallidipes by Dalla Torre, 1893 PDF : 166.].
Combination in Technomyrmex : Bolton, 2007B PDF : 56.
Senior synonym of Technomyrmex affinis, Technomyrmex atrichosus , Technomyrmex brevicornis , Technomyrmex foreli , Technomyrmex primroseae , Technomyrmex truncicolus: Bolton, 2007B PDF : 56.

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Technomyrmex pallipes.  1. Queen; 2. Ergatoid queen; 3. Worker: all from Sevilla, Agter-Pakhuis, Cederberg, South Africa: 21 May 2016. Photos by Philip Herbst; collected by Peter Slingsby


Technomyrmex pallipes.  Vaalleegte, Karoo, South Africa: 4 June 2017. Photo and collection by Philip Herbst

Distribution:

   (According to curated Geolocale/Taxon lists)  Species is native to: Afrotropical bioregion (based on species list records).

Afrotropical Region:  Angola , Botswana , Central African Republic , Gabon , Kenya , Mozambique , South Africa , Sudan , Swaziland , Tanzania , Zimbabwe
Australasia Region:  New Zealand
Malagasy Region:  Comoros , Madagascar , Mauritius , Mayotte , Reunion
Nearctic Region:  United States
Oceania Region:  Hawaii
Palearctic Region:  Macaronesia

Distribution Notes:

Reference for Kenya if not type: Kakamega Forest

Notes:

Caste of types: (w)

Taxonomic Treatment (provided by Plazi )

Treatment Citation: Fernández, F. & Guerrero, R. J., 2008, Technomyrmex (Formicidae: Dolichoderinae) in the New World: synopsis and description of a new species., Revista Colombiana de Entomologia 34, pp. 110-115

Technomyrmex pallipes HNS (F. Smith, 1876)

(Fig. 6)

Tramp species, in hothouses, Palaearctic, potentially to be imported to the New World.

Specimen Habitat Summary

Found most commonly in these habitats: 51 times found in grassland, 22 times found in urban/garden, 14 times found in tropical dry forest, 9 times found in Uapaca woodland, 13 times found in rainforest, 1 times found in Gallery forest on sandy soil, 5 times found in tropical dry forest on tsingy, 8 times found in spiny forest/thicket, 7 times found in gallery forest, 3 times found in urban garden, ...

Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 21 times sifted litter (leaf mold, rotten wood), 18 times on low vegetation, 15 times under stone, 15 times ex dead twig above ground, 9 times leaf litter, 10 times ground forager(s), 6 times ex rotten log, 3 times ground nest, 3 times under tree bark, live tree, 3 times ex soil, 1 times under inside wall plaster, ...

Collected most commonly using these methods: 31 times Pitfall trap, 13 times Winkler, 15 times Hand collected, 18 times Malaise trap, 10 times MW 50 sample transect, 5m, 1 times 10 MaxiWinks, mixed samples, 5 times pooter, 6 times Pitfall trap, 5 days, 4 times beating low vegetation, 3 times MW 20 sample transect, 10m, 4 times Malaise, ...

Elevations: collected from 3 - 1984 meters, 933 meters average

Type specimens: excluded from type series by Bolton, 2007: 41: casent0104645 ; Holotype of Technomyrmex primroseae: casent0102318 ; paratype of Technomyrmex primroseae: casent0172798 ; syntype of Technomyrmex albipes foreli: casent0101255 ; syntype of Technomyrmex pallipes: casent0102320 ; syntype of Technomyrmex albipes foreli: casent0905070 ; syntype of Technomyrmex atrichosus: casent0911582 ; syntype of Technomyrmex brevicornis: casent0911584 ; syntype of Technomyrmex foreli affinis: casent0911585 ; type of Technomyrmex atrichosus: focol2885 , focol2886

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