Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Volume 52

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Volume 52

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: Prof. C. F. Baker. 61. Aphaenogaster patruclis var. carbonaria Pergande. According to Forel, this form, originally described as a species, is merely a somewhat darker and more coarsely sculptured variety of patruclis. The types were taken by Eisen at Sierra Laguna and El Chinche in Lower California. 62. Aphaenogaster mutica Pergande. Known from Lower California, Northern Mexico and Western Texas. 03. Aphaenogaster texana Emery. Recorded from Texas, Arizona and Kansas. 64. Aphaenogaster texana var. furvescens Wheeler. Described from the Huachuca Mts., Arizona. 65. Aphaenogaster fulva Roger subsp. aquia Buckley var. rudis Emery. Several workers, a dealated female and a male of this form were taken by me at Boulder, Colo. July 29, 1906. Like other forms of the species it is common in the Central and Eastern States and reaches the western limit of its range on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mts. 66. Aphaenogaster fulva subsp. aquia var. azteca Emery. A form closely related to the preceding but more coarsely sculptured. It was described from Mexico without more precise locality. 67. Aphaenogaster uinta sp. nov. Worker. Length 4.5-5 mm. Head subrectangular, a little longer than broad, as broad in front as behind, with straight sides and rounded posterior corners and with a distinct pit-like impression in the median line on the vertex between the eyes. These are rather large, convex and situated near the median transverse diameter of the head. Mandibles with straight external borders and convex tips, with three larger apical and several more indistinct basal teeth. Clypeus moderately convex, its anterior border rather deeply notched in the middle. Frontal area distinct; frontal carinae small, erect in front, continued behind into more

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