Crematogastrini

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Crematogastrini
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Formicidae
Subfamily: Myrmicinae
Tribe: Crematogastrini
Forel, 1893
Type genus
Crematogaster
Diversity
65 genera
3,147 species
Synonyms

Identification

List of Genera

Extant Genera

AcanthomyrmexAdlerziaAncyridrisAretidrisAtopomyrmexCalyptomyrmexCardiocondylaCarebaraCataulacusCrematogasterCyphoidrisDacatriaDacetinopsDicroaspisDilobocondylaDiplomoriumEutetramoriumFormicoxenusFormosimyrmaGaoligongidrisGauromyrmexHarpagoxenusHuberiaIndomyrmaKartidrisLasiomyrmaLeptothoraxLiomyrmexLophomyrmexLordomyrmaMalagidrisMayriellaMelissotarsusMeranoplusMetaponeMyrmecinaNesomyrmexOcymyrmexParatopulaPerissomyrmexPeronomyrmexPodomyrmaPoecilomyrmaPristomyrmexProattaPropodilobusRecurvidrisRhopalomastixRomblonellaRostromyrmexRotastrumaRoyidrisSecostrumaStereomyrmexStrongylognathusTemnothoraxTeratanerTetheamyrmaTetramoriumTrichomyrmexTricytarusVitsikaVollenhoviaVombisidrisXenomyrmex

Fossil Genera

EnneamerusEocenomyrmaHypopomyrmexLonchomyrmexOxyidrisParameranoplusProleptothoraxStigmomyrmexStiphromyrmex

Nomenclature

The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World.

  • CREMATOGASTRINI [tribe of Myrmicinae]
    • Cremastogastrii Forel, 1893a: 164. Type-genus: Crematogaster Lund, 1831a: 132.

Taxonomic History

  • Crematogastrini as tribe of Myrmicinae: Forel, 1893a: 164 [Crematogastrii]; Emery, 1895j: 769 [Crematogastrii]; Forel, 1899c: 81 [Crematogastrii]; Ashmead, 1905b: 383 [Crematogastrini]; Wheeler, W.M. 1910g: 140 [Crematogastrii]; Emery, 1914a: 37; Forel, 1917: 242; Arnold, 1920a: 482; Emery, 1922e: 127; Wheeler, W.M. 1922a: 656; subsequent authors; Bolton, 2003: 66, 237; Ward, et al. 2015: 77.
  • Crematogastrini as senior synonym of Anergatini, Archaeomyrmecini, Calyptomyrmecini, Cardiocondylini, Cataulacini, Formicoxenini, Hypopomyrmiciti, Leptothoracini, Liomyrmecini, Lophomyrmecini, Melissotarsini, Meranoplini, Metaponini, Myrmecinini, Ocymyrmecini, Paratopulini, Pheidologetini, Podomyrmini, Proattini, Solenomyrmini, Stereomyrmecini, Teleutomyrmini, Tetramoriini: Ward, et al. 2015: 77.

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