Lasius claviger

Synonyms: Roger 1862
Formica clavigera, Acanthomyops claviger, Acanthomyops parvula

References:
Biological Bulletin 1903, Vol. 4 by Wheeler and McClendon, pp. 149 to 155.
American Museum of Natural History, 1905, Vol. 21 by Wheeler, pg. 398.
Columbia University Biological Series, 1910: Ants by Wheeler.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 1911, Vol. 19 by Wheeler, pg. 172.
Psyche 1934, Vol. 41 by Smith, pg. 213.
U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Research Service, 1965, Tech Bulletin #1326: House-Infesting Ants of Eastern United States by Smith, pp. 86 to 87.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1997, Vol. 99, #3, pg. 80 by Miller & Polavarapu.
Book of Common Ants of New York City 2012 by Dr. Eleanor, pg. v.
A more current literature list and detailed, technical information is available at http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Lasius_claviger

Types:
Holotype as Formica clavigera queen by Roger, 1862. Type Locality: Pennsylvania. In the Institut fur spezielle Zoologie und Zoologisches Museum der Humboldt-Universitat, Berlin.