Checklist of Liometopum species

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Liometopum
Dolichoderinae
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Liometopum apiculatum
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 7
Invalid Species 4
Fossils 19
Countries Occupied 25
Year Described 1861
First Species Described 1798
Last Species Described 1927

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

A

apiculatum Mayr, 1870 (Mexico, United States)
   • Formica masonia Buckley, 1866
   • Lasius escamole Reza, 1925

L

lindgreeni Forel, 1902 (China, India)
luctuosum Wheeler, W.M., 1905 (Mexico, United States)

M

microcephalum (Panzer, 1798) (Albania, Austria, Balearic Islands, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Israel, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey)
   • Formica austriaca Mayr, 1853

O

occidentale Emery, 1895 (Mexico, United States)
orientale Karavaiev, 1927 (Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, Russian Federation)

S

sinense Wheeler, W.M., 1921 (China)
   • Liometopum dentimandibulum Chang & He, 2002
   • Liometopum sinense sericatum Wheeler, W.M., 1921


Fossil Species

B

brunascens (Heer, 1867) (Radoboj, Croatia (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))

C

crassinervis (Heer, 1849) (Parschlug, Austria (Serravallian, Miocene))
croaticum (Heer, 1849) (Radoboj, Croatia (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))

E

eremicum Zhang, J., 1989 (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))
escheri (Heer, 1867) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))

G

globosum (Heer, 1849) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))

I

imhoffii (Heer, 1849) (Radoboj, Croatia (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))
incognitum Dlussky, Rasnitsyn & Perfilieva, 2015 (Bol’shaya Svetlovodnaya, Sikhote-Alin, Russia (Priabonian, Late Eocene))

L

longaevum (Heer, 1849) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))
lubricum Zhang, J., Sun & Zhang, X., 1994 (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))

M

miocenicum Carpenter, 1930 (Florissant, Colorado, United States (Late Eocene))

O

oligocenicum Wheeler, W.M., 1915 (Baltic amber (Bartonian, Middle to Late Eocene))

P

pallidum (Heer, 1867) (Radoboj, Croatia (Burdigalian, Early Miocene))
potamophilum Zhang, J., 1989 (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))

R

rhenanum (Meunier, 1917) (Rott, Westphalia, Germany (Late Oligocene))

S

scudderi Carpenter, 1930 (Florissant, Colorado, United States (Late Eocene))
stygium (Heer, 1867) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))

V

venerarium (Heer, 1865) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))
ventrosum (Heer, 1849) (Oeningen, Switzerland (Messinian, Late Miocene))