Light to medium brownish-yellow; head very finely punctate,glossy.T he broader, subrectangular petiolar scale will distinguish this species from H. opacior and the small size and glossier surface will differentiate it from H. opaciceps.
Recorded from Ohio as Ponera oblongiceps by Wesson & Wesson ( 1940). also know as Hypoponera gleadowi
Smith ( 1939a) recorded a Maryland colony of 47 workers, 3 ergataners, and 15 alate females.
This widespread tramp (introduced) species is found throughout tropical and subtropical areas. This species has not been well recorded in Ohio, only known from Jackson County.
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