subpetiolar process developed as a flange or lobe (Solenopsis)

The subpetiolar process is well developed as a flange or lobe. The process is located at the far anterior end of the petiole and maybe be difficult to see on most specimens. Used in Antkey to separate Solenopsis xyloni from Solenopsis geminata.

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