Checklist of Pseudoneoponera species

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Pseudoneoponera
Ponerinae
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Pseudoneoponera excavata
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 29
Invalid Species 0
Fossils 0
Countries Occupied 14
Year Described 1943
First Species Described 1851
Last Species Described 1943

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

B

barbata (Stitz, 1911) (Australia)
bispinosa (Smith, F., 1858) (China, India)

D

denticulata (Kirby, W.F., 1896) (Australia)
dubitata (Forel, 1900) (Australia)

E

excavata (Emery, 1893) (Australia)
excavata acuticostata (Forel, 1900) (Australia)

H

havilandi (Forel, 1901) (Singapore)

I

incisa (Emery, 1911) (New Guinea)
insularis (Emery, 1889) (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam)
insularis brevior (Forel, 1901) (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Guinea)

M

mayri (Emery, 1887) (Australia)

O

obesa (Emery, 1897) (New Guinea)
oculata (Smith, F., 1858) (Australia)

P

piliventris Smith, F., 1858 (Australia)
piliventris intermedia (Forel, 1900) (Australia)
porcata (Emery, 1897) (Australia)

R

regularis (Forel, 1907) (Australia)
rufipes (Jerdon, 1851) (China, India, Laos, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam)
rufipes ceylonensis (Forel, 1911) (Sri Lanka)

S

sandakana (Wheeler, W.M., 1919) (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia)
sublaevis (Emery, 1887) (Australia)
sublaevis kurandensis (Forel, 1910) (Australia)
sublaevis murina (Forel, 1910) (Australia)
sublaevis reticulata (Forel, 1900) (Australia)
sublaevis rubicunda (Emery, 1893) (Australia)

T

tridentata Smith, F., 1858 (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines)
tridentata debilior (Forel, 1901) (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia)
tridentata exasperans (Forel, 1911) (Malaysia)

V

verecundae (Donisthorpe, 1943) (New Guinea)