Scientific Name: Camponotus quadrisectus
Geographical Distribution: Camponotus quadrisectus is mainly found in the Asian region, including countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and other areas in the region.
Physical Characteristics: Camponotus quadrisectus is a medium-sized ant, with worker ants measuring approximately 5 to 7 mm in length. They have a robust body, and their color ranges from black to dark brown. The workers have a large head in proportion to the rest of the body, long antennae, and strong mandibles.
Behavior: These ants are primarily diurnal and are known for their active exploring behavior. They build nests in the ground and tree trunks, and can be found in both forested areas and urban environments. They are omnivorous and feed on a variety of sources, including nectar, dead insects, and plant secretions.
Conservation Status: There is no specific information available regarding the conservation status of this species.
Additional Notes: Camponotus quadrisectus is a common species in the Asian region and plays an important role in the ecosystems where it is found. They are known for their ability to colonize different habitats and exhibit aggressive behavior when threatened.