Formica exundans

Walker, F., 1859, Characters of some apparently undescribed Ceylon insects., Annals and Magazine of Natural History 4, pp. 370-376: 371

publication ID

2935

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Formica exundans
status

 

Formica exundans  HNS  .

Mas. Nigra, elongata, scitissime punctata, antennis piceis filiformibus corpore vix brevioribus, abdomine longi-fusiformi, segmentorum marginibus pedibusque pallide piceis, alis cinereis, venis nigricantibus, stigmate nigro.

Male. Black, elongate, very finely punctured. Antennae piceous, filiform, nearly as long as the body. Abdomen elongate fusiform; hind borders of the segments and legs pale piceous; scale of the peduncle large. Wings cinereous; veins much like those of the preceding species; stigma black. Length of the body 4 lines of the wings 6 lines.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Formicidae

Genus

Formica