Dolichoderus attelaboides

Smith, F., 1858, Catalogue of the hymenopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum. Part VI. Formicidae., London: British Museum, pp. -1--1: 75

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8127

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scientific name

Dolichoderus attelaboides
status

 

1. Dolichoderus attelaboides  LSID  . Pl. V. figs. 1,2,3. B.M.

Formica attelaboides, Fabr.  LSID  Syst. Ent. 394. 19 [[worker]]; Ent. Syst. ii. 360.45; Syst. Piez. 410. 62.

Oliv. Encycl. Meth. vi. 498. 40.

Latr. Hist. Nat. Fourm. 288.

St. Farg. Hym. i. 222. 31.

Dolichoderus attelaboides, Lund.  LSID  Ann. des Sc. Nat. xxiii. 130.

Hab. Brazil (Para; Santarem; Tejuca; Rio Janeiro).

All the sexes of this species have been received from Mr. Bates: figures are given of the male and female; the latter only differs from the worker in having the thorax more robust, and in being winged: the male is four lines and a half long, black, with the abdomen and legs smooth and shining, the head and thorax rugose as in the worker; the tarsi, articulations of the legs and apex of the antennae testaceous; the head is triangular, prolonged behind into a neck, with the eyes larger and more prominent than in the other sexes; the abdomen is elongate-ovate.