Phylogeny of Ponerinae

Every Ant Tells a Story - And Scientists Explain Their Stories Here
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Relationships among genera of the ant subfamily Ponerinae (extant taxa only, except Dolioponera, Feroponera, Iroponera and Rasopone) based on Schmidt & Shattuck 2014[1]. Labels are the names of genus-groups. For relationships among the ant subfamilies see Phylogeny of Formicidae.



Platythyrea




Pachycondyla

Simopelta





Belonopelta



Thaumatomyrmex





Mayaponera




Neoponera




Dinoponera



Pachycondyla







Ponera

Diacamma




Emeryopone





Ponera



Ectomomyrmex





Cryptopone hartwigi




Austroponera



Parvaponera



Pseudoponera










Harpegnathos

Harpegnathos



Hypoponera

Hypoponera


Plectroctena

Centromyrmex




Psalidomyrmex




Loboponera




Boloponera



Plectroctena








Odontomachus

Asphinctopone




Leptogenys



Myopias





Mesoponera melanaria





Bothroponera



Hagensia






Buniapone



Paltothyreus





Promyopias





Pseudoneoponera



Streblognathus





Brachyponera




Cryptopone gilva, testacea



Euponera



Fisheropone








Phrynoponera




Anochetus



Odontomachus







Megaponera



Ophthalmopone





Mesoponera ambigua



Odontoponera













References

  1. Schmidt, C.A. & Shattuck, S.O. 2014. The higher classification of the ant subfamily Ponerinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), with a review of ponerine ecology and behavior. Zootaxa. 3817, 1–242.