A review of the nesting habits and socioecology of the ant genus Polyrhachis Fr. Smith

Simon K.A. Robson & Rudolf J. Kohout
We provide a summary of the nesting and socioecological habits of 197 species of Polyrhachis ants. Nesting habits range from subterranean to terrestrial, lignicolous, lithocolous and arboreal with varying levels of consistency at the subgeneric level. Species are predominantly either subterranean or terrestrial nesting within the subgenera Campomyrma, Chariomyrma and Hagiomyrma; mainly arboreal nesting within Aulacomyrma, Cyrtomyrma, Hedomyrma, Hemioptica, Myrmatopa and Myrmothrinax; lignicolous within Hedomyrma, and variable within Myrma, Myrmhopla and Polyrhachis. The majority of...
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