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Myrmicinae genera of Australia (Formicidae) (Text version)
    
Antennal scape, when laid back against the head in its normal resting position, passing either below the eye (Fig. a) or across its lower margin. Distinct, elongate depressions (antennal scrobes) which contain the entire antennae when at rest sometimes present on the front of the head, and when present, running below the eyes (Fig. b) Antennal scape, when laid back against the head in its normal resting position, passing above the eye and along the upper surface of the head (Fig. aa) (or, if the eyes are absent, then the scape passes along the upper surface of the head above where the eye would be expected to occur). Distinct, elongate depressions (antennal scrobes) which contain the entire antennae when at rest sometimes present on the front of the head, and when present, running above the eyes (Fig. bb)
     
     

 

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