Checklist of Poneracantha species

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Poneracantha
Ectatomminae
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 17
Invalid Species 4
Fossils 1
Countries Occupied 16
Year Described 1897
First Species Described 1866
Last Species Described 2004

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

B

banksi (Wheeler, W.M., 1930) (Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama)
bispinosa (Emery, 1890) (Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama)

C

cuneiforma (Lattke, 1995) (Panama)

E

enodis (Lattke, Fernández & Palacio, 2004) (Colombia)

I

ingeborgae (Brown, 1993) (Colombia)
insularis (Lattke, 2002) (Dominican Republic, Greater Antilles)

L

lanei (Kempf, 1960) (Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador)
laticephala (Lattke, 1995) (Ecuador)
lineolata (Brown, 1993) (Dominican Republic, Lesser Antilles)
lucaris (Kempf, 1968) (Brazil)

M

mecotyle (Brown, 1958) (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala)
mediatrix (Brown, 1958) (Brazil, Ecuador)
menozzii (Borgmeier, 1928) (Brazil)
   • Ectatomma schubarti Borgmeier, 1948

P

perspicax (Kempf & Brown, 1970) (Colombia, Ecuador)

R

rastrata (Mayr, 1866) (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay)
   • Ectatomma trigonum Emery, 1906

S

semiferox (Brown, 1958) (Dominican Republic, Greater Antilles)

T

triangularis (Mayr, 1887) (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, French Guiana, Peru, United States, Uruguay)
   • Ectatomma aculeaticoxae Santschi, 1921
   • Ectatomma triangulare richteri Forel, 1913


Fossil Species

B

brunoi (Lattke, 2002) (Dominican amber, Dominican Republic (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))