Checklist of Paraphaenogaster species

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Paraphaenogaster
Myrmicinae
Dlussky 1981-7Paraphaenogaster-microphthalma.jpg
Statistics
Valid Species 21
Invalid Species 0
Fossils 21
First Species Described 1849
Last Species Described 2020

The following species (and subspecies) belong to the genus Paraphaenogaster. Synonyms are listed under their senior names.

A

aemula (Heer, 1849) (Parschlug, Austria (Serravallian, Miocene))
avita (Fujiyama, 1970) (Chôjaburu, Iki Island, Japan (Middle Miocene))

B

bizeri Jessen, 2020 (Enspel Formation, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Oligocene))
bohemica (Novak, O., 1878) (Mokrina (Krottensee), Czech Republic (Late Burdigalian, Early Miocene))

D

dumetorum (Lin, 1982) (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))

F

freihauti Jessen, 2020 (Enspel Formation, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Oligocene))

H

hooleyana Dlussky & Perfilieva, 2014 (Bembridge Marls, Isle of Wight, UK (Priabonian, Late Eocene))

J

jurinei (Heer, 1849) (Radoboj, Croatia (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))

L

lapidescens (Zhang, J., 1989) (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))
loosi Jessen, 2020 (Enspel Formation, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Oligocene))

M

macrocephala (Heer, 1849) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))
maculata (Théobald, 1937) (Aix-en-Provence, France (Late Oligocene))
maculipes (Théobald, 1937) (Kleinkems, Germany (Early Oligocene))
microphthalma Dlussky, 1981 (Vishnevaya Balka Creek, Stavropol, Russian Federation (Middle Miocene))

P

paludosa (Zhang, J., 1989) (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))
pannonica (Bachmayer, 1960) (Brunn-Vösendorf, Austria (Late Miocene))

S

schindleri Jessen, 2020 (Enspel Formation, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Oligocene))
shanwangensis Hong, 1984 (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))

T

tertiaria (Heer, 1849) (Radoboj, Croatia (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))

W

wettlauferi Jessen, 2020 (Enspel Formation, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Oligocene))
wuttkei Jessen, 2020 (Enspel Formation, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Oligocene))