Checklist of Labidus species

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Labidus
Dorylinae
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Labidus coecus
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 9
Invalid Species 27
Fossils 0
Countries Occupied 20
Year Described 1807
First Species Described 1802
Last Species Described 1955

Contents

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

A

auropubens (Santschi, 1920) (French Guiana, Peru)

C

coecus (Latreille, 1802) (Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela)
   • Eciton coecum biloba Emery, 1901
   • Eciton coecum elsbethae Forel, 1922
   • Eciton coecum kulowi Forel, 1901
   • Eciton coecum opacifrons Wheeler, W.M., 1921
   • Eciton erratica Smith, F., 1860
   • Eciton grassator Forel, 1911
   • Eciton nigrita Emery, 1901
   • Eciton selysi Forel, 1904
   • Eciton serpentis Weber, 1938
   • Eciton smithii Dalla Torre, 1892
   • Eciton vastator Smith, F., 1860
   • Labidus atriceps Smith, F., 1859
   • Labidus jurinii Shuckard, 1840
   • Labidus latreillii Jurine Jurine, 1807
   • Labidus panzeri Smith, F., 1859
   • Labidus pilosus Smith, F., 1859
   • Labidus saji Haldeman, 1852
   • Labidus servillei Westwood, 1842
   • Mutilla fulvescens Blanchard, 1846
   • Myrmica rubra Buckley Buckley, 1867
   • Pseudodichthadia incerta André, 1885

curvipes (Emery, 1900) (Costa Rica, Ecuador)

M

mars (Forel, 1912) (Brazil, Paraguay, Peru)
   • Eciton coecum nero Santschi, 1930

mars denticulatus Borgmeier, 1955 (Brazil)

P

praedator (Smith, F., 1858) (Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela)
   • Eciton praedator emiliae Mann, 1916
   • Eciton praedator guianense Wheeler, W.M., 1921
   • Eciton tepeguas Norton, 1868
   • Eciton tepeguas ferruginea Norton, 1868
   • Eciton westwoodi Emery, 1900

praedator sedulus (Menozzi, 1926) (Colombia)

S

spininodis (Emery, 1890) (Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru)

T

truncatidens (Santschi, 1920) (Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname)