Lasius Subgenera

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  • Dorsal surface oft1with only two rows of erectile silks placed at the posterior and anterior edges. The area between has almost no erectile silks
  • PEhigh, upper edge approximately as high as thePP. In caudal view very thin, with an upper edge deeply incised
  • Short and strongly flattened scapus :
    SL/CL 0,812±0,010
    SMAX/SMIN 1,743±0,072
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        Hungary, South Slovakia, South Austria

    Image of a right Lasius mandible: photo Olivier Ruiz
  • Erectile setae on the whole dorsal surface of t1
  • Absence of erectile silks on the upper face of the cranium. Do not count the long laying and fine silks
  • Transition masticatory/basal edge forms as an distinct angle.
  • PElarge and in front view obtuse si CW> 700 µm alors les côtés de l'écaille divergent de la base vers le haut puis convergent un peu plus haut
  • Whole Palaearctic

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  • Erectile setae on the whole dorsal surface of t1
  • Rear head always with a few or numerous erectile silks, wich are stronger, longer and far more erectile than the pubescences that rise only from 0° to 30°
  • Transition masticatory/basal edge forms a curve
  • PEslighter, sides are parallel or continuously converging toward apex. Apex pointed but very variable
  • Whole Palaearctic