Checklist of Pachycondyla species

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Pachycondyla
Ponerinae
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Pachycondyla crassinoda
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Distribution
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Species Richness
Statistics
Valid Species 17
Invalid Species 11
Fossils 19
Countries Occupied 30
Year Described 1858
First Species Described 1802
Last Species Described 2010

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

C

constricticeps Mackay, W.P. & Mackay, E.E., 2010 (Argentina)
crassinoda (Latreille, 1802) (Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela)

F

fuscoatra (Roger, 1861) (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Venezuela)

H

harpax (Fabricius, 1804) (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, French Guiana, Greater Antilles, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Venezuela)
   • Pachycondyla harpax concinna Wheeler, W.M., 1925
   • Pachycondyla harpax dibullana Forel, 1901
   • Pachycondyla harpax irina Wheeler, W.M., 1925
   • Pachycondyla montezumia Smith, F., 1858
   • Pachycondyla orizabana Norton, 1868
   • Ponera amplinoda Buckley, 1866

I

impressa (Roger, 1861) (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela)
   • Pachycondyla fuscoatra andicola Santschi, 1913
   • Pachycondyla fuscoatra montana Forel, 1912
   • Pachycondyla fuscoatra transversa Emery, 1890

inca Emery, 1901 (Peru)
   • Pachycondyla fuscoatra cearensis Forel, 1901

J

jonesii (Forel, 1891) (Madagascar)

L

lattkei Mackay, W.P. & Mackay, E.E., 2010 (Venezuela)
lenis Kempf, 1961 (Brazil)
lenkoi Kempf, 1962 (Brazil)

P

procidua Emery, 1890 (Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname)
purpurascens Forel, 1899 (Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Panama)

S

solitaria (Smith, F., 1860) (China, Indonesia)
striata Smith, F., 1858 (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay)
   • Pachycondyla striata nitidiventris Santschi, 1921

U

unicolor (Smith, F., 1860) (Indonesia, Sulawesi)

V

vidua (Smith, F., 1857) (Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia)
vieirai Mackay, W.P. & Mackay, E.E., 2010 (Ecuador)

Fossil Species

A

aberrans Dlussky, Rasnitsyn & Perfilieva, 2015 (Bol’shaya Svetlovodnaya, Sikhote-Alin, Russia (Priabonian, Late Eocene))

B

baltica Dlussky, 2002 (Baltic amber (Bartonian, Middle to Late Eocene))

C

calcarea (Théobald, 1937) (Kleinkems, Germany (Early Oligocene))
conservata Dlussky, 2009 (Rovno amber (Priabonian, Late Eocene))

D

dubia (Théobald, 1937) (Kleinkems, Germany (Early Oligocene))

E

eocenica Dlussky & Wedmann, 2012 (Messel, Germany (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))

G

globiventris (Théobald, 1937) (Aix-en-Provence, France (Late Oligocene))
gracilicornis (Mayr, 1868) (Baltic amber (Bartonian, Middle to Late Eocene))

L

labandeirai Dlussky & Rasnitsyn, 2002 (Green River Formation, Colorado, United States (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))
lutzi Dlussky & Wedmann, 2012 (Messel, Germany (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))

M

messeliana Dlussky & Wedmann, 2012 (Messel, Germany (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))
minutansata (Zhang, J., 1989) (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))

N

nubeculata (Zhang, J., 1989) (Shanwang, China (Early Miocene))

O

oligocenica Dlussky, Rasnitsyn & Perfilieva, 2015 (Bol’shaya Svetlovodnaya, Sikhote-Alin, Russia (Priabonian, Late Eocene))

P

parvula Dlussky, Rasnitsyn & Perfilieva, 2015 (Messel, Germany (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))
petiolosa Dlussky & Wedmann, 2012 (Messel, Germany (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))
petrosa Dlussky & Wedmann, 2012 (Messel, Germany (Lutetian, Middle Eocene))

S

succinea (Mayr, 1868) (Baltic amber (Bartonian, Middle to Late Eocene))

T

tristis Dlussky, 2009 (Bitterfeld amber (Bartonian, Middle to Late Eocene))