Range & Status
This species is predominantly a southern species in Britain.
Recorded in East and West Cornwall, where it probably under-recorded. Queens can occasionally be found in moth traps (Pontin, 2005).
Habitat & Ecology
Found on sea cliffs, cliff tops and heathland. New nests are founded by queens which invade the nests of Lasius alienus and Lasius flavus .
No known threats.