Checklist of Zasphinctus species

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Zasphinctus
Dorylinae
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 23
Invalid Species 10
Fossils 0
Countries Occupied 15
Year Described 1918
First Species Described 1893
Last Species Described 2017

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

A

asper (Brown, 1975) (Australia)

C

caledonicus (Wilson, 1957) (New Caledonia)
cedaris (Forel, 1915) (Australia)
chariensis (Santschi, 1915) (Central African Republic, Chad, Mali)
clarus (Forel, 1893) (Australia)
cribratus (Emery, 1897) (New Guinea)

D

duchaussoyi (André, 1905) (Australia)
   • Eusphinctus hackeri Wheeler, W.M., 1918

E

emeryi (Forel, 1893) (Australia)
   • Sphinctomyrmex perstictus Brown, 1975

F

froggatti (Forel, 1900) (Australia)

I

imbecilis (Forel, 1907) (Australia)
   • Eusphinctus brunnicornis Clark, 1930
   • Eusphinctus fulvidus Clark, 1924
   • Eusphinctus manni Wheeler, W.M., 1918
   • Eusphinctus silaceus Clark, 1924

M

mjobergi (Forel, 1915) (Australia)
myops (Forel, 1895) (Australia)

N

nigricans (Clark, 1926) (Australia)

O

obamai Hita Garcia, 2017 (Kenya)
occidentalis (Clark, 1924) (Australia)

R

rufiventris (Santschi, 1915) (Benin, Mali)

S

sarowiwai Hita Garcia, 2017 (Cameroun, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Uganda)
septentrionalis (Crawley, 1925) (Australia)
siamensis (Jaitrong, 2016) (Thailand)
steinheili (Forel, 1900) (Australia)
   • Eusphinctus fulvipes Clark, 1934
   • Eusphinctus hirsutus Clark, 1929
   • Sphinctomyrmex fallax Forel, 1900
   • Sphinctomyrmex fallax hedwigae Forel, 1910

T

trux (Brown, 1975) (Australia)
turneri (Forel, 1900) (Australia)

W

wilsoni Hita Garcia, 2017 (Mozambique)