Myrmica scabrinodis

Myrmica scabrinodis is a Euro-Siberian species of ant. It lives in moderately humid habitats, tolerates soil moisture but also needs direct sunshine. A member of the scabrinodis complex of the scabrinodis species group.

This taxon is not in use as it is currently considered to be a junior synonym of Myrmica scabrinodis. La regina, cedutami gentilmente da Luca l’hanno scorso, non ha mai iniziato a deporre prima di Marzo a causa probabilmente dello . Overview of species Myrmica scabrinodis from AntWeb. Myrmica scabrinodis is a common red ant found in many habitats. It could be confused with a number of other Myrmica ants.

Examination of the base of the . My Myrmica Scabrinodis colony, it has two queens and around 1workers. Myrmica scabrinodis Nylander 1846. Simultaneous exploitation of Myrmica vandeli and M. Hymenoptera: Formicidae) colonies by the endangered myrmecophilous butterfly Maculinea . Foto/billede af Engstikmyre (Myrmica scabrinodis) Foto: Rune Larsen.

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