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Asian Myrmecology, Volume 4, pages 99-102, published December 2011

Discovery of Aneuretus simoni Emery in a disturbed forest in Kalutara, and Stereomyrmex horni Emery in Anuradhapura Sanctuary, Sri Lanka

R.K.S. DIAS*, H.A.W.S. PEIRIS & H.P.G.R.C. RUCHIRANI

Department of Zoology, University of Kelaniya, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka

DOI: 10.20362/am.004007

© R. K. S. Dias, H. A. W. S. Peiris & H. P. G. R. C. Ruchirani

Abstract: This article describes the discovery of Aneuretus simoni and Stereomyrmex horni in two forst areas of Sri Lanka.

Keywords: Aneuretus simoni Emery, Stereomyrmex horni Emery, Kalutara District, “Kirikanda,” Anuradhapura Sanctuary

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