mesopleuron dull with abundant pubescence

The mesopleuron is marked by modest to dense pubescence (usually more than 25 hairs) that gives it a dull appearance. The amount of pubescence can be quite variable based on the examined specimens, and is not always the most reliable character. Used in Antkey to separate species of Nylanderia.

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