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Two new genera of myrmicine ants from Brazil
William Morton Wheeler
|Other titles||Myrmicine ants from Brazil|
|Statement||by William Morton Wheeler.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College -- v. 59, no. 7, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 59, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -491 :|
|Number of Pages||491|
of the ant genera with the smallest species in the World) and the collection system (Winkler bags), implemented relatively recently for soil ants. The Brazilian and Peruvian ants were misidentified asCarebara Westwood. Paedalgus and Carebara share several traits: minute size, reduction in antennal segments, antennal club of two. Fernández F. First record of the myrmicine ant genus Paedalgus Forel, (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from the Western Hemisphere. Entomotropica 17(2)
source: Ward PS, Brady SG, Fisher BL, Schultz TR () The evolution of myrmicine ants: phylogeny and biogeography of a hyperdiverse ant clade (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).Systematic Entomology, online early. DOI: /syen disclosure: I received my Ph.D. from Phil Ward’s lab where much of this study was completed, and I contributed a few of the samples, but I was long gone by the. Venoms from the two imported fire ant species are highly cross-reactive. The piperidine alkaloids found in fire ant venom have local necrotic and hemolytic effects and are responsible for pain. The usual response to fire ant stings for most individuals is an immediate development of a .
The subfamily Myrmicinae is the most diverse clade of ants with currently more than 6, species, which is roughly equivalent to half the number of all described ant spe - cies (Bolton ). Within the past two decades ten new myrmicine genera and many more species have been discovered and described from the New World, including the. Abdulrahman Aldawood, Mostafa Sharaf, Brian Taylor () First record of the myrmicine ant genus Carebara Westwood, (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) from Saudi Arabia with description of a new species, C. abuhurayri sp. n. ZooKeys,
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Buy Harvard University Bussey Institution Of Applied Biology - Contributions From The Labratory Of Entomology Vol. I V Including The Ants Of Haiti, Some Additions To The nOrth American Ant Fauna, Australian Honey Ants Of The Genus Leptomyrmex Mayr, Presence And Absence Of Cocoons Among Ants, Two New Genera Of Myrmicine Ants From Brazil, Australian Ants Of The Genus Onychomyrmex, The Ants Author: Various Authors Including William Wheeler.
This extraordinary -ant is evidently to be placed in the tribe Attiini, WHEELER: MYRMICINE ANTS FROM BRAZIL. but it differs so 'much from the 'other 'known genera in the structure of the head and especially in 'the 2-jointed club of the antennae, the 4- toothed maiidibles and the regularly arranged, setiform hairs on th'e dorsal surface.
“Aphaenogaster is a genus of myrmicine ants. About species have been described, including 18 fossil occur worldwide except from South America and Southern Africa. They are often confused with Pheidole or Pheidologeton.
These two have major and minor workers, while Aphaenogaster has only a single worker caste. Pheidole has three-segmented clubs on its [ ]. Biodiversity discovery continues apace.Â The past couple of weeks have seen not one, but TWO new myrmicine ant genera.
First, Shattuck. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: W M Wheeler. Cyatta abscondita, a new genus and species of fungus-farming ant from Brazil, is described based on morphological study of more than 20 workers, two dealate gynes, one male, and two larvae.
Two new genera of myrmicine ants from Brazil. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology of Harvard College – [original description: p. ] Additional references. Brandão, C.R.F., Feitosa, R.M.
& Diniz, J.L.M. Taxonomic revision of the Neotropical Myrmicinae ant genus Blepharidatta Wheeler. Zootaxa (1): 33– Two new genera of myrmicine ants from Brazil.
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Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added. Ant diversity and abundance. We identified a total of ant species ( not including reproductives) comprising 64 genera in nine subfamilies from species occurrences in 3 strata ( not including reproductives; Tables S1, S2, S3).The most species-rich genera were Camponotus (46 species), Pheidole (45), Pseudomyrmex (30), Pachycondyla (25), Brachymyrmex (20), and Crematogaster (19).
Males of at least 30 genera are unknown, but as generic delimitation is still very active in the Myrmicinae some uncertainty exists for this number. Based on a study of the New World genera (B. Boudinot, in prep.), distinctions between genera may be weak and in many cases genera will have to be keyed multiple times due to variability.
Ants (family Formicidae in the order Hymenoptera) are the most species-rich of all social insects, with more t described species and many others awaiting description.
Formicidae is divided into 21 subfamilies, of which 17 are extant and four subfamilies are extinct, described from total more than genera have been described. Ants have come to occupy virtually all major. Identification Keys. The identification keys to the ant genera of Borneo by Prof.
Hashimoto, which are presented in their original version below, as well as his glossary on ant morphology has recently been updated by Dr. Tom Fayle, who provides a bilingual English-Malay version of the key, which includes the latest taxonomic changes by Bolton ().
Abstract. Based upon a single alate female the ant genus Bariamyrma from southern Venezuela is described as new. Recognized as a member of the lower Myrmicinae, its closest affinities with other myrmicines appear to be in the group of genera related to Lordomyrma.
Several species‐rich myrmicine genera are shown to be nonmonophyletic, including Two new species of the ant genus Myrmecina (Hymenoptera: Formicidae Local and regional drivers of ant communities in forest-grassland ecotones in South Brazil: A taxonomic and phylogenetic approach, PLOS ONE, / As with some other myrmicine ant genera recently described (Tyrannomyrmex, Dolopomyrmex, Tropidomyrmex), Diaphoromyrma is difficult to relate to any of the tribal taxa defined by Bolton ().
The central clypeal seta is characteristic of the Solenopsidini (sensu Bolton ), although they may not be homologous, but the clypeal configuration.
Introduction. The subfamily Myrmicinae is the most diverse clade of ants with currently more than 6, species, which is roughly equivalent to half the number of all described ant species (Bolton ).Within the past two decades ten new myrmicine genera and many more species have been discovered and described from the New World, including the extant genera Cryptomyrmex.
A total number of associations between the groups are evaluated, relating to 43 species of Microdontinae belonging to 14 genera, and to at least 69 species of ants belonging to 24 genera and five subfamilies.
The taxa of Microdontinae found in association with ants occur scattered throughout their phylogenetic tree. Define Myrmicine. Myrmicine synonyms, Myrmicine pronunciation, Myrmicine translation, English dictionary definition of Myrmicine. Of or pertaining to Myrmica, a genus of ants including the small house ant, and many others.
Blepharidatta is a rare Neotropical ant genus formed by predatory species whose small colonies nest in soil or leaf-litter.A population of Blepharidatta that presents affinities with the Cerrado species, Blepharidatta conops Kempf, was found in the Caatinga biome, at the “Reserva Particular do Patrimônio Natural Serra das Almas” (RPPNSA), in Crateús (State of Ceará, northeastern Brazil).
See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate New myrmicine ant genera from the Oriental region (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Item Preview 1 pdf. 2 ants_. Gaoligongidris planodorsa, a New Genus and Species of the Ant Subfamily Myrmicinae from China with a Key to the Genera of Stenammini of the World (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) A new genus and species of the ant subfamily Myrmicinae collected from the Gaoligong Mountain Nature Reserve of the Hengduan Mountains, southwestern China, is described.Three new genera of myrmicine ants from tropical America.
Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 28, article Wheeler, William Morton, Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer.Subfamily Myrmicinae - Myrmicine ants.
This page contains pictures and information about Myrmicine ants that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia.
Myrmicinae is the largest ants subfamily in Australia. They are from small to medium in size, with the smallest about 1 .