Fairly common in the Congo forest block. It has been found in small earth-carton nests 10-15 cm in diameter on or below the soil surface. Also, commonly in mounds of other species. Group III feeder, may be able to feed on highly decayed, but still recognisable, root material.

Wed, 2009-01-21 15:53 -- Anonymous (not verified)

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