Checklist of Acanthostichus species

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Acanthostichus
Dorylinae
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Acanthostichus arizonensis
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 23
Invalid Species 4
Fossils 1
Countries Occupied 14
Year Described 1887
First Species Described 1858
Last Species Described 2004

The following species and subspecies belong to the genus Acanthostichus. Synonyms are listed under their senior names. For valid names only see Acanthostichus species and for distribution information see Acanthostichus species by Country.

A

arizonensis Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Mexico, United States)

B

bentoni Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Brazil)
brevicornis Emery, 1894 (Argentina, Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Suriname)
   • Acanthostichus ramosmexiae Bruch, 1924

brevinodis Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Brazil)

C

concavinodis Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Bolivia, Peru)

D

davisi (Smith, M.R., 1942) (Mexico, United States)

E

emmae Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Mexico)

F

femoralis Kusnezov, 1962 (Argentina, Brazil)
flexuosus Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Brazil)
fuscipennis Emery, 1895 (Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela)

K

kirbyi Emery, 1895 (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru)

L

laevigatus Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Venezuela)
laticornis Forel, 1908 (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay)
   • Acanthostichus laticornis obscuridens Santschi, 1934

lattkei Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Venezuela)
longinodis Mackay, W.P., 2004 (Paraguay)

P

punctiscapus Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Mexico, United States)

Q

quadratus Emery, 1895 (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru)
   • Acanthostichus serratulus niger Santschi, 1933

quirozi Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Mexico)

S

sanchezorum Mackay, W.P., 1985 (Colombia)
serratulus (Smith, F., 1858) (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay)
skwarrae Wheeler, W.M., 1934 (Mexico)

T

texanus Forel, 1904 (Mexico, United States)
   • Ctenopyga townsendi Ashmead, 1906

truncatus Mackay, W.P., 1996 (Colombia)

Fossil Species

H

hispaniolicus De Andrade, 1998 (Burdigalian, Early Miocene

Dominican amber, Dominican Republic)