Checklist of Lordomyrma species

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Lordomyrma
Myrmicinae
Lordomyrma furcifera casent0172482 head 1.jpg
Lordomyrma furcifera
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Distribution
Lordomyrma Species Richness.png
Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 34
Invalid Species 2
Fossils 0
Countries Occupied 17
Year Described 1897
First Species Described 1889
Last Species Described 2013

The following species and subspecies belong to the genus Lordomyrma. Synonyms are listed under their senior names. For valid names only see Lordomyrma species and for distribution information see Lordomyrma species by Country.

A

accuminata Stitz, 1912 (New Guinea)
azumai (Santschi, 1941) (Japan)
   • Lordomyrma nobilis Yasumatsu, 1950

B

bhutanensis (Baroni Urbani, 1977) (Bhutan, Nepal)

C

caledonica (André, 1889) (New Caledonia)
crawleyi Menozzi, 1923 (New Guinea)
cryptocera Emery, 1897 (New Guinea)
curvata Sarnat, 2006 (Fiji)

D

desupra Sarnat, 2006 (Fiji)
diwata Taylor, 2012 (Philippines)

E

emarginata Taylor, 2012 (Philippines)
epinotalis (Mann, 1919) (Solomon Islands)

F

furcifera Emery, 1897 (New Caledonia, New Guinea)
   • Lordomyrma bensoni Donisthorpe, 1949

H

hmong Taylor, 2012 (Vietnam)

I

idianale Taylor, 2012 (Philippines)
infundibuli Donisthorpe, 1940 (New Guinea)

L

lakshmi Taylor, 2012 (India)
leae Wheeler, W.M., 1919 (Australia, Lord Howe Island)
levifrons (Mann, 1921) (Fiji)
limatula Taylor, 2012 (Philippines)

N

nigra Donisthorpe, 1941 (New Guinea)

P

polita (Mann, 1921) (Fiji)
punctiventris Wheeler, W.M., 1919 (Australia)

R

reticulata Lucky & Sarnat, 2008 (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia)
rouxi (Emery, 1914) (New Caledonia)
rugosa (Mann, 1921) (Fiji)

S

sarasini (Emery, 1914) (New Caledonia)
sinensis (Ma, Xu, S., Makio & DuBois, 2007) (China)
stoneri (Mann, 1925) (Fiji)
striatella (Mann, 1921) (Fiji)
sukuna Sarnat, 2006 (Fiji)

T

taylori Bharti & Ali, 2013 (India)
tortuosa (Mann, 1921) (Fiji)

V

vanua Lucky & Sarnat, 2008 (Fiji)
vuda Sarnat, 2006 (Fiji)