Crematogaster bogojawlenskii

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Crematogaster bogojawlenskii
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Formicidae
Subfamily: Myrmicinae
Tribe: Crematogastrini
Genus: Crematogaster
Species: C. bogojawlenskii
Binomial name
Crematogaster bogojawlenskii
Ruzsky, 1905



Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists

Palaearctic Region: Armenia, Georgia, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan (type locality).

Distribution based on AntMaps


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The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants.

  • bogojawlenskii. Crematogaster sordidula subsp. bogojawlenskii Ruzsky, 1905b: 506 (w.m.) UZBEKISTAN.
    • Junior synonym of sordidula: Atanassov & Dlussky, 1992: 182.
    • Revived from synonymy, revived status as species and senior synonym of kosti: Arakelian, 1994: 44.
    • Raised to species: Dlussky, Soyunov & Zabelin, 1990: 243.
  • kosti. Crematogaster sordidula var. kosti Ruzsky, 1905b: 506 CAUCASUS.
    • Combination in C. (Orthocrema): Emery, 1922e: 131.
    • Junior synonym of sordidula: Atanassov & Dlussky, 1992: 182.
    • Junior synonym of bogojawlenskii: Arakelian, 1994: 44.



  • Arakelian, G. R. 1994. Fauna of the Republic of Armenia. Hymenopterous insects. Ants (Formicidae). Erevan: Gitutium, 153 pp. (page 44, Revived from synonymy, revived status as species, and senior synonym of kosti)
  • Atanassov, N.; Dlussky, G. M. 1992. Fauna of Bulgaria. Hymenoptera, Formicidae. Fauna Bûlg. 22: 1-310 (page 182, Junior synonym of sordidula)
  • Dlussky, G. M.; Soyunov, O. S.; Zabelin, S. I. 1990 [1989]. Ants of Turkmenistan. Ashkhabad: Ylym Press, 273 pp. (page 243, Raised to species)
  • Ruzsky, M. 1905b. The ants of Russia. (Formicariae Imperii Rossici). Systematics, geography and data on the biology of Russian ants. Part I. Tr. Obshch. Estestvoispyt. Imp. Kazan. Univ. 38(4-6 6: 1-800 (page 506, worker, male described)