Crematogaster cubaensis Mann

Longino, J. T., 2003, The Crematogaster (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Myrmicinae) of Costa Rica., Zootaxa 151, pp. 1-150: 132

publication ID

20256

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Crematogaster cubaensis Mann
status

REVISED STATUS

Crematogaster cubaensis Mann  HNS  1920 REVISED STATUS

Crematogaster victima subsp. cubaensis Mann  HNS  1920:425. Syntype workers, queen: Cuba, Guantanamo, beneath a stone in the woods (Mann) [ USNM]  (examined). Menozzi, 1929:2: subspecies of steinheili  HNS  . Enzmann, J. 1946:93: subspecies of laeviuscula  HNS  . Kempf, 1972:90: subspecies of victima  HNS  .

Crematogaster barbouri Weber  HNS  1934:24, fig. 1. Syntype workers, queens, male: Cuba, Limones Seboruco, Soledad , Cienfuegos, 22 Aug 1933, under rich humus in a depression on a limestone ledge in dense shade of forest; male from sweeping in nearby forest, 30 Aug (Weber) [ USNM, LACM]  (examined). Kempf, 1972: 84: combination in C. (Orthocrema)  HNS  . NEW SYNONYMY

The small yellow Crematogaster  HNS  on Cuba share the general habitus of minutissima  HNS  from Florida. They differ in that the dorsal pilosity is more like C. flavomicrops  HNS  , relatively short, scruffy-looking, and not in three differentiable rows (although humeral setae are longer than the rest). The pronotum is completely smooth and shining.

USNM

USA, Washington D.C., National Museum of Natural History, [formerly, United States National Museum]

LACM

USA, California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History