Difference between revisions of "Iraq"

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*''[[Monomorium buxtoni]]'' Crawley, 1920
 
*''[[Monomorium buxtoni]]'' Crawley, 1920
 
*''[[Monomorium carbonarium]]'' (Smith, 1858)
 
*''[[Monomorium carbonarium]]'' (Smith, 1858)
*''[[Monomorium evansi]]'' Donisthorpe, 1918
 
 
*''[[Monomorium pallidum]]'' Donisthorpe, 1918
 
*''[[Monomorium pallidum]]'' Donisthorpe, 1918
 
*''[[Monomorium pharaonis]]'' (Linnaeus, 1758)
 
*''[[Monomorium pharaonis]]'' (Linnaeus, 1758)
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==''[[Trichomyrmex]]''==
 
==''[[Trichomyrmex]]''==
 
*''[[Trichomyrmex destructor]]'' (Jerdon, 1851) (as ''Monomorium gracillimum'' (Smith) in Abdul-Rassoul et al., 2013)
 
*''[[Trichomyrmex destructor]]'' (Jerdon, 1851) (as ''Monomorium gracillimum'' (Smith) in Abdul-Rassoul et al., 2013)
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*''[[Trichomyrmex evansi]]'' (Donisthorpe, 1918)
 
*''[[Trichomyrmex mayri]]'' (Forel, 1902) (as ''Monomorium karawajewi'' Forel in Abdul-Rassoul et al., 2013.)
 
*''[[Trichomyrmex mayri]]'' (Forel, 1902) (as ''Monomorium karawajewi'' Forel in Abdul-Rassoul et al., 2013.)
  

Latest revision as of 09:21, 22 March 2020

Iraq
LocationIraq.png
Location
Region Asia
Subregion Western Asia
BioRegion Palaearctic Region
Diversity
Subfamilies 2
Genera 12
Endemic Genera 0
% Endemic Genera 0.0%
Species/Subspecies 48
Endemic Species 3
% Endemic Species 6.3%
Introduced Species 0

The following valid species and subspecies of ants are known to occur in Iraq. 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 Iraq ants. Those who have specimen records that expand this list are encouraged to submit this information in the discussion section of the Iraq Ants web page. Please advise if any corrections are warranted.

Aphaenogaster

Camponotus

Cardiocondyla

Cataglyphis

Crematogaster

Lepisiota

Messor

Monomorium

Nylanderia

Pheidole

Tetramorium

Trichomyrmex

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