Cerapachys sulcinodis

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Cerapachys sulcinodis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Formicidae
Subfamily: Dorylinae
Genus: Cerapachys
Species: C. sulcinodis
Binomial name
Cerapachys sulcinodis
Emery, 1889

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Distribution

Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists

Indo-Australian Region: Indonesia, Philippines.
Oriental Region: India, Laos, Myanmar (type locality), Thailand, Vietnam.
Palaearctic Region: China.


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Nomenclature

The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World.

  • sulcinodis. Cerapachys sulcinodis Emery, 1889b: 493 (w.) MYANMAR.
    • Type-material: syntype workers (number not stated).
    • Type-locality: Myanmar (“Burma”): Tenasserim, Mt Mooleyit (L. Fea).
    • Type-depository: MSNG.
    • Combination in C. (Cerapachys): Emery, 1902c: 24.
    • Status as species: Dalla Torre, 1893: 17; Emery, 1895k: 457; Forel, 1900d: 332; Emery, 1902c: 24; Bingham, 1903: 30; Emery, 1911d: 9; Chapman & Capco, 1951: 20; Brown, 1975: 23, 59; Radchenko, 1993a: 76; Bolton, 1995b: 145; Wu, J. & Wang, 1995: 49; Zhou, 2001b: 55; Jaitrong & Nabhitabhata, 2005: 18; Zhou, 2006: 581; Guénard & Dunn, 2012: 24; Bharti & Akbar, 2013a: 83 (in key); Bharti & Wachkoo, 2013d: 1192 (in key); Bharti, Guénard, et al. 2016: 22; Chen, Shi & Zhou, 2016: 9 (in key); Jaitrong, Guénard, et al. 2016: 26.
    • Senior synonym of butteli: Brown, 1975: 23; Bolton, 1995b: 145; Zhou, 2001b: 55.
    • Senior synonym of risii: Brown, 1975: 23; Bolton, 1995b: 145; Zhou, 2001b: 55.
    • Distribution: China, India, Indonesia (Sumatra), Laos, Malaysia (Sabah), Myanmar, Philippines (Negros), Thailand, Vietnam.
  • butteli. Cerapachys butteli Forel, 1913k: 3 (w.q.) INDONESIA (Sumatra).
    • Type-material: syntype workers (number not stated), 1 syntype queen.
    • Type-locality: Indonesia: Sumatra, Bandar Baroe (H. v. Buttel-Reepen).
    • Type-depositories: MHNG, NHMB.
    • Status as species: Chapman & Capco, 1951: 18.
    • Junior synonym of sulcinodis: Brown, 1975: 23; Bolton, 1995b: 142; Zhou, 2001b: 55.
  • risii. Cerapachys risii Forel, 1892l: 244 (footnote) (w.) CHINA (Hong Kong).
    • Type-material: holotype worker.
    • Type-locality: China: Hong Kong, Victoria Peak (Fr. Ris).
    • Type-depository: MHNG.
    • Combination in C. (Cerapachys): Emery, 1902c: 24.
    • Status as species: Dalla Torre, 1893: 17; Emery, 1895k: 457; Forel, 1900d: 332; Emery, 1902c: 24; Bingham, 1903: 29; Emery, 1911d: 9; Wheeler, W.M. 1930h: 57; Menozzi, 1939a: 327; Chapman & Capco, 1951: 19; Tang, Li, et al. 1995: 27 (error); Mathew & Tiwari, 2000: 270 (error); Tang, J., Li, et al. 1995: 27 (error).
    • Junior synonym of sulcinodis: Brown, 1975: 23; Bolton, 1995b: 144; Zhou, 2001b: 55.

Description

References

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