Hypoponera eduardi is a small brown ant with a functioning sting, a single substantial petiole and a constriction between the first and second segments of the gaster. It is an underground species with both winged and wingless males; gynes can be either alate and gyne-like or worker-like. This species is known from northern France and has recently been recorded from the Isle of Wight, Guernsey and London Zoo
Recorded from the Isle of Wight, Guernsey and London
Primarily a Mediteranean species but found in much of Europe. It is a tramp species and has been recorded in many parts of the world.