Subfamily MYRMICINAE
Tribe DACETINI

Strumigenys archboldi Deyrup and Cover
Strumigenys archboldi, full face view of worker.
Strumigenys archboldi, profile view of worker.
Strumigenys archboldi has been collected mostly from lakeside or riparian habitats in mixed or deciduous forests in FL and GA. This species has a wedge shaped head and narrowed clypeus, much like S. clypeata, S. ohioensis, and S. laevinasis, but differs from those species in that it has a distinct diastema between the basal lamella and the basal tooth.