Subfamily Formicinae Latreille 1802 (ant)

Insecta - Hymenoptera - Formicidae

Synonyms: Camponotidae Forel 1878, Camponotinae Forel 1878

Full reference: P. A. Latreille. 1802. Histoire Naturelle, Générale et Particulière des Crustacés et des Insectes, Tome Troisième 1-467

Parent taxon: Formicidae according to U. Kaulfuss and G. M. Dlussky 2016

See also Bolton 2003, Bolton 2012, Dlussky 1981, Dlussky and Perfilieva 2014, Forel 1878, Wappler 2003 and Wheeler 1915

Sister taxa: none

Subtaxa: Andrena tertiaria Attopsis Camponotini Camponotites Curtipalpulus Drymomyrmex Eoleptocerites Formica fragilis Formicini Fushuniformica Gesomyrmecini Heeridris Huaxiaformica Imhoffia Kyromyrma Lasiini Leptogasteritus Leucotaphus Liaoformica Longiformica Magnogasterites Myrmecorhynchus Oecophyllini Orbicapitia Ovalicapito Ovaligastrula Plagiolepidini Protrechina Sinoformica Sinotenuicapito Wilsonia

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Type: Formica

Ecology:

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Greenland (5 collections), Indonesia (1), United States (4: Colorado, Wisconsin)

• Blancan of United States (1: Texas)

• Pliocene of France (2), Germany (3)

• Miocene of Austria (3), China (6), Croatia (9), the Czech Republic (1), the Dominican Republic (4), France (6), Georgia (1), Germany (11), Greece (1), Italy (1), Japan (1), Kenya (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Mexico (2), New Zealand (1), Poland (1), Romania (1), the Russian Federation (2), Ukraine (2), United States (4: Alaska, California, Idaho)

• Oligocene of Canada (1: British Columbia), the Czech Republic (1), France (7), Germany (4)

• Eocene to Oligocene of United States (1: Nevada)

• Eocene of Canada (1: British Columbia), China (3), the Czech Republic (1), Denmark (1), France (1), Germany (7), Lithuania (1), Poland (3), the Russian Federation (28), Ukraine (5), the United Kingdom (5), United States (15: Arkansas, Colorado, Montana, Texas, Utah, Washington)

• Paleocene of United States (1: Alaska)

• Cretaceous of United States (1: New Jersey)

Total: 163 collections including 597 occurrences

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