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Hypoponera punctatissima profile
General information on Hypoponera punctatissima and image are provided by this New Zealand Biosecurity fact sheet.
Hypoponera punctatissima and Hypoponera schauinslandi: two morphologically and biologically distinct species
According to this author, Hypoponera punctatissima and Hypoponera schauinslandi are two morphologically and biologically distinct species.
Global map: Collection sites for Hypoponera punctatissima
The locations where Hypoponera punctatissima was collected are mapped and linked to information in the Florida Atlantic University database.
Hypoponera punctatissima (Roger, 1859) taxonomic information from ITIS
ITIS, the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, lists taxonomic data for Hypoponera punctatissima and allows searches of other databases.
AntWeb field guide to the ant species of Hawaii
Images of 20 of the ant species of Hawaii help to identify the species.
Hypoponera punctatissima/i> images on AntWeb
Detailed images of specimens of Hypoponera punctatissima can be compared on this AntWeb site.
Hypoponera punctatissima global distribution map
The distribution of Hypoponera punctatissima is plotted on a global map with links to collection data from the Florida Atlantic University database.
Checklist of the ants of Fiji (Bishop Museum Occasional Papers, 2006).
This checklist of the ants of Fiji includes 138 currently valid species and subspecies: 91 Fijian endemics, 22 wide-ranging Pacific natives, and 25 exotics.
The tramp ant Hypoponera punctatissima: New records from the southern hemisphere (Neotropical Entomology)
Hypoponera punctatissima is reported for the first time in South America. Reasons for the ecological success of H. punctatissima are discussed.
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