Checklist of Anonychomyrma species

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Anonychomyrma
Dolichoderinae
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Anonychomyrma gilberti
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 31
Invalid Species 1
Fossils 0
Countries Occupied 6
Year Described 1947
First Species Described 1842
Last Species Described 1947

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

A

anguliceps (Forel, 1901) (New Guinea)
angusta (Stitz, 1911) (New Guinea)
arcadia (Forel, 1915) (Australia)

B

biconvexa (Santschi, 1928) (Australia)
   • Iridomyrmex foetans Clark, 1929

D

dimorpha (Viehmeyer, 1912) (New Guinea, Solomon Islands)
dimorpha contenta (Viehmeyer, 1913) (Indonesia, Sulawesi)

E

extensa (Emery, 1887) (Indonesia, New Guinea)

F

fornicata (Emery, 1914) (Australia)
froggatti (Forel, 1902) (Australia)

G

gigantea (Donisthorpe, 1943) (New Guinea)
gilberti (Forel, 1902) (Australia, New Guinea)
glabrata (Smith, F., 1857) (Malaysia)

I

incisa (Stitz, 1932) (Indonesia)
itinerans (Lowne, 1865) (Australia)
itinerans ballaratensis (Forel, 1902) (Australia)
itinerans depilis (Forel, 1902) (Australia)
itinerans perthensis (Forel, 1902) (Australia)

L

longicapitata (Donisthorpe, 1947) (New Guinea)
longiceps (Forel, 1907) (Australia)

M

malandana (Forel, 1915) (Australia)
minuta (Donisthorpe, 1943) (New Guinea)
murina (Emery, 1911) (New Guinea)
myrmex Donisthorpe, 1947 (New Guinea)

N

nitidiceps (André, 1896) (Australia)

P

polita (Stitz, 1912) (Indonesia)
procidua (Erichson, 1842) (Australia)
purpurescens (Lowne, 1865) (Australia)

S

scrutator (Smith, F., 1859) (Indonesia, New Guinea)
scrutator batesi (Forel, 1911) (New Guinea)
sellata (Stitz, 1911) (New Guinea)

T

tigris (Stitz, 1912) (New Guinea)