These rare ants are arboreal, forming small colonies in twigs. Little else is known about their biology.
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.
| ||on tree near beach |
|Disturbed Rainforest ||on branch of fallen tree across creek, sympat. with small Podonyrna species |
|edge of rainforest clearing ||11am on horizontal branches beside native garden |
|lowl. rainforest ||strays - unididal? |
|Rainforest || |
|rainforest ||ex branches edge of clearing 11am |
|Rainforest ||ex trunks, tops, recently felled trees |
|Rainforest ||ground strays |
|rainforest edge ||pyrethrum fogging of vine |
|Second regrowth rainforest ||ex. dead twig, vine |