Una forma más segura de diferenciarlas es mediante la rugosidad cefálica, siendo la especie P. barbatus de un aspecto menos rugoso. Mirmecofauna (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) comu?n del estero “El Salado” y Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Me?xico. Ranging from the edges of the desert and grasslands up to lower elevation pine forests, pinyon-juniper and oak forests, sagebrush and riparian habitats. Checklist of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Jalisco State, Mexico. An intermorphic queen has been described by Castano-Meneses & Vasquez-Bolanos (2007). Johnson R. Personnal Database. Notizen über die Formiciden-Sammlung des British Museum in London. Essentially similar to the worker, but with the usual female characters. Pogonomyrmex barbatus has had their entire genome sequenced. Of tiger beetles and ubiquitous ants: hazardous living amongst tenacious prey. Plowes, N.J.R., Johnson, R.A., Holldobler, B. 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[4]​​, Generalmente estos insectos son fáciles de distinguir debido al color rojo de sus cuerpos, aunque variaciones en su tonalidad pueden llevar a confusiones con la especie Pogonomyrmex rugosus, la diferencia está en que esta última es de un tono más oscuro con un contraste claro. Gordon, D.M. Environmental Entomology 45: 991-994. Ceballos G., R. List, G. Garduno, R. Lopez Cano, M. J. Munozcano Quintanar, E. Collado, and J. E. San Roman. Ants as prey for the endemic and endangered Spanish tiger beetle. Wheeler, G.C. Mexican Formicidae. Las obreras tienen la misma proporción corporal, desde las más pequeñas hasta las más grandes. Molecular Evidence for the Origin of Workerless Social Parasites in the Ant Genus Pogonomyrmex. Sociobiology 11: 153-1134, DuBois M. B. 11; inner dorsal bonier with a deep, rather broad emargination which strongly separates the terminal lobe from the base. (page 56, Senior synonym of molefaciens, Senior synonym of nigrescens), Creighton, W. S. 1950a. 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The cephalic rugae are fine, but are not as fine as those of P. desertorum, which also has a shiny area at the posterior lateral corner, an area which is covered with rugae in P. barbatus. 1985. MacKay W. P., and S. Van Vactor. 1985. Oklahoma Agricultural Experimental Station 71: 1-42. Checklist, Biological Notes and Distribution of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Barranca de Metztitlán Biosphere Reserve, Hidalgo, Mexico. Mayr, G. 1868b. Body color light to deep ferrugineous red. Behavioral Ecology 11, 396-404. 2011. Molecular evidence for the origin of workerless social parasites in the ant genus, Pirk, G.I., Casenave, J.L.de 2006. Distribution of ants in Kansas: subfamilies Ponerinae, Ecitoninae, and Myrmicinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Workers from newly founded nests are small, and could be confused with Pogonomyrmex desertorum. 2004. Notes on the North American harvesting ants of the genus Pogonomyrmex Mayr. 2006. Entomological News 48: 134-140. Karyological study of North American Pogonomyrmex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). and S.W. Gordon, D.M. Complex foraging ecology of the red harvester ant and its effect on the soil seed bank. B. Keiper. Rivas-Arancibia, S. P., H. Carrillo-Ruiz, A. Bonilla-Arce, D. M. Figueroa-Castro, and A. R. Andres-Hernandez. 2010. Mackay, W.P. 2015). Studies on the cave and endogean fauna of North America, V. Pp. Distribution of ants in Kansas: subfamilies Ponerinae, Ecitoninae, and Myrmicinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Base of antennal scape like that of rugosus (Pl. The compound and mixed nests of American ants. A host species for the workerless social parasite Pogonomyrmex anergismus. La hormiga cosechadora roja [1] (Pogonomyrmex barbatus), también conocida como hormiga colorada [2] es una especie perteneciente a la familia Formicidae.Esta especie está presente en el suroeste de Estados Unidos y en México, siendo muy abundante en este último país.
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