The geographic range of the species extends from Texas to Eastern California in the north down to Mexico in the south. They usually live in hot, arid intermountain plain regions and level areas near streams (Johnson, 2000: 100).
Corrie Moreau marked "Distribution" as trusted on the "Aphaenogaster cockerelli Andre, 1893" page.
almost 4 years ago
This article is not associated with any published taxa.
Appears under "Distribution"
Field Museum phylogenetics class
Nathaniel Berry, University of Chicago
Dr. Corrie Moreau, Zoology-Insects, Field Museum of Natural History
Dr. Petra Sierwald, Zoology-Insects, Field Museum of Natural History
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