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|Lasius claviger worker|
Lasius claviger, or smaller yellow ant, is a species of ant belonging to the genus Lasius, formerly a part of the genus (now subgenus) Acanthomyops. Described in 1862 by Roger, the species is native to the United States.
- Jacobs, S. (2014), Citronella ants. Entomological Notes. (PDF), Department of Entomology, College of Agricultural Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University, retrieved 2 February 2015
- Bolton, B (1995). A new general catalogue of the ants of the world. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University. p. 53.
- Wing, M.W. (1968). Taxonomic revision of the Nearctic genus Acanthomyops (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). New York: Cornell University. p. 67.
- Media related to Lasius claviger at Wikimedia Commons
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