Phylogeny of Formicinae

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Relationships among selected genera of the ant subfamily Formicinae (extant taxa only) modified from Ward et al. (2016) and Matos-Maravi et al. (2018).

For relationships among the subfamilies see Phylogeny of Formicidae.

Formicinae
Myrmelachistini

Brachymyrmex  (41 species)



Myrmelachista  (69 species)




Lasiini

Cladomyrma  (13 species)





Lasius  (139 species)



Myrmecocystus  (30 species)






Zatania  (6 species)




Paraparatrechina  (42 species)



Prenolepis  (19 species)






Nylanderia  (149 species)




Pseudolasius  (66 species)




Euprenolepis  (8 species)



Paratrechina  (5 species)










Melophorini


Melophorus  (92 species)



Stigmacros  (39 species)






Myrmecorhynchus  (3 species)




Lasiophanes  (6 species)



Notostigma  (2 species)







Notoncus  (6 species)



Pseudonotoncus  (2 species)





Prolasius  (19 species)



Teratomyrmex  (3 species)







Formicini


Polyergus  (15 species)




Formica  (283 species)



Iberoformica  (1 species)






Bajcaridris  (3 species)




Proformica  (29 species)




Cataglyphis  (118 species)



Rossomyrmex  (4 species)









Gesomyrmecini

Gesomyrmex  (7 species)


Oecophyllini

Oecophylla  (15 species)



Plagiolepidini

Anoplolepis  (15 species)





Tapinolepis  (18 species)




Aphomomyrmex  (1 species)



Petalomyrmex  (1 species)







Lepisiota  (139 species)



Plagiolepis  (74 species)





Acropyga  (41 species)



Agraulomyrmex  (3 species)









Gigantiopini

Gigantiops  (1 species)


Santschiellini

Santschiella  (1 species)




Myrmoteratini

Myrmoteras  (41 species)


Camponotini

Colobopsis  (117 species)




Opisthopsis  (20 species)




Dinomyrmex  (2 species)




Polyrhachis  (788 species)




Camponotus  (1,495 species)




Calomyrmex  (14 species)



Echinopla  (39 species)
















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