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Revision as of 01:28, 19 September 2013

Ants of the World
Temporal range: 135–0 Ma
Lower Cretaceous – Recent
Thaumatomyrmex mandibularis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Formicidae
Subfamilies

Aenictinae
Aenictogitoninae
Agroecomyrmecinae
Amblyoponinae
Aneuretinae
Brownimeciinae
Cerapachyinae
Dolichoderinae
Dorylinae
Ecitoninae
Ectatomminae
Formiciinae
Formicinae
Heteroponerinae
Leptanillinae
Leptanilloidinae
Martialinae
Myrmeciinae
Myrmicinae
Paraponerinae
Ponerinae
Proceratiinae
Pseudomyrmecinae
Sphecomyrminae

Diversity
410 valid genera
15,604 valid species and subspecies
154 fossil genera
825 valid fossil species and subspecies
Antwiki provides a wealth of information on the world's ants.
Contributions come from ant experts together with discussions provided by everyone.
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Identification & Species Accounts
Behavior
Distribution & Diversity
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Ant Societies
Morphology, Anatomy & Terminology
Biochemistry, Genetics,
Development & Reproduction

AntSocieties.jpg MorphAnatTerm.jpg BiochemistryEtc.jpg
Human Culture & Ants
People & History of Myrmecology
Ecology
HumanCulture.jpg PeopleHistory.jpg


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