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*''[[Camponotus sphaericus rufipilis]]'' Aguayo, 1932
 
*''[[Camponotus sphaericus rufipilis]]'' Aguayo, 1932
 
*''[[Camponotus sphaericus sphaeralis]]'' Roger, 1863
 
*''[[Camponotus sphaericus sphaeralis]]'' Roger, 1863
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*''[[Camponotus taino Fontenla Rizo|Camponotus taino]]'' Fontenla Rizo, 1997
 
*''[[Camponotus thysanopus]]'' Wheeler, W.M., 1937
 
*''[[Camponotus thysanopus]]'' Wheeler, W.M., 1937
 
*''[[Camponotus torrei]]'' Aguayo, 1932
 
*''[[Camponotus torrei]]'' Aguayo, 1932

Revision as of 07:55, 2 August 2020

Cuba
Karibik Kuba Position.png
Location
Region Americas
Subregion Caribbean
BioRegion Neotropical Region
Diversity
Subfamilies 9
Genera 45
Endemic Genera 0
% Endemic Genera 0.0%
Species/Subspecies 196
Endemic Species 28
% Endemic Species 14.3%
Introduced Species 1

The following valid species and subspecies of ants are known to occur in Cuba. Unidentified and undescribed species will be added to this list as identifications are verified and taxonomic revisions are published. This species list is based upon the effort of many ant collectors as well as myrmecologists who have published on the taxonomy of Cuban ants. Those who have specimen records that expand this list are encouraged to submit this information in the discussion section of the Cuban Ants web page.

Additional information about the Ants of Cuba.

Acromyrmex

Anochetus

Atta

Brachymyrmex

Camponotus

Cardiocondyla

Cephalotes

Cerapachys

Colobopsis

Crematogaster

Cylindromyrmex

Cyphomyrmex

Discothyrea

Dorymyrmex

Eurhopalothrix

Forelius

Fulakora

Gnamptogenys

Hypoponera

Leptogenys

Monomorium

Mycetomoellerius

Mycocepurus

Myrmelachista

Nylanderia

Odontomachus

Pheidole

Platythyrea

Prionopelta

Proceratium

Pseudomyrmex

Pseudoponera

Rhopalothrix

Rogeria

Sericomyrmex

Solenopsis

Strumigenys

Tapinoma

Temnothorax

Tetramorium

Thaumatomyrmex

Trichomyrmex

Wasmannia

Xenomyrmex

Zatania


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