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Acanthostichus are predominately subterranean, predaceous ants that are infrequently collected. Little is know about the biology of most species in the genus. In Arizona (USA) Acanthostichus arizonensis nests under stones from 1070 m to 1780 m, reaching up to the oak-juniper association. The type series was associated with termites.


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