Locality Name: Sirena, Corcovado National Park
Country: Costa Rica
Primary administrative division: Puntarenas
Secondary administrative division:
Collection notes: NOTEBY J.Longino, NOTEDATE 8-Apr-94: Gnamptogenys: There was a short column, distinctly linear, 20 cm long, walking along a root across the trail. They gathered around a hole in a short piece of cut root. They formed a circular formation around what looked like a nest entrance, and appeared to be peering down the hole. I cut into the root, and it was an entrance to a small Pseudo. boopis nest. I took photos of the ponerines around the nest entrance. I cut into the nest before I saw whether there would be any action. I collected several workers. Pseudomyrmex: a shallow cavity just below the bark of a root sticking into the trail. There was a small entrance hole. The nest contained brood, teneral males.