Longest known lifespan in wild: 23 years.
Longest known lifespan in captivity: 9+ years
Expected lifespan in wild: Low: 3 years, High: 7.7 years, Average: 5.2 years
(Chew, 1995: 78; Holldöbler & Carlin, 1989: 132).
Corrie Moreau marked "Life Expectancy" as trusted on the "Aphaenogaster cockerelli Andre, 1893" page.
about 4 years ago
This article is not associated with any published taxa.
Appears under "Life Expectancy"
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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