The presence of I. galbanus has been shown to be highly correlated with specific soil types (Greenslade, 1987) in South Australia. This specialisation accounts for the limited distribution of I. galbanus which is allopatric to the main distribution range of I. viridiaeneus.
This taxon is known from these habitats
|The following rows were recorded as a pair from a single record. |
Blank entries indicate no information was recorded.
| ||ground nest 30 holes |
|Mallee and Triodia on sand dune ||Stray ground foragers |