Phylogeny of Myrmicinae

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Relationships among tribes and genera within the subfamily Myrmicinae (extant taxa only). Based on Ward et al. (2014), Blaimer et al. (2018) and Li et al. (2018).

Tribes within Myrmicinae



Myrmicini




Pogonomyrmecini




Stenammini




Solenopsidini




Attini



Crematogastrini







Genera within Tribe Myrmicini


Myrmicini

Manica



Myrmica





Pogonomyrmecini




Stenammini




Solenopsidini




Attini



Crematogastrini







Genera within Tribe Pogonomyrmecini



Myrmicini



Pogonomyrmecini

Patagonomyrmex




Hylomyrma



Pogonomyrmex






Stenammini




Solenopsidini




Attini



Crematogastrini







Genera within Tribe Stenammini



Myrmicini




Pogonomyrmecini



Stenammini


Stenamma




Novomessor



Veromessor






some Aphaenogaster





some Aphaenogaster



Messor





Goniomma



Oxyopomyrmex








Solenopsidini




Attini



Crematogastrini







Genera within Tribe Solenopsidini



Myrmicini




Pogonomyrmecini




Stenammini



Solenopsidini

Stegomyrmex





Dolopomyrmex



some Rogeria






Bariamyrma



some Rogeria






Solenopsis




Kempfidris



Tropidomyrmex








Austromorium



some Monomorium





some Monomorium



Oxyepoecus






Megalomyrmex





Tyrannomyrmex




some Monomorium



Epelysidris







Anillomyrma



Myrmicaria





some Monomorium




Syllophopsis





Adelomyrmex



Cryptomyrmex





Adelomyrmex



Baracidris
















Attini



Crematogastrini







Genera within Tribe Attini


Stenammini




Solenopsidini



Attini


Ochetomyrmex



Tranopelta






Diaphoromyrma




Lachnomyrmex




Blepharidatta




Allomerus



Wasmannia










Acanthognathus





Daceton



Lenomyrmex





Microdaceton




Orectognathus




Colobostruma




Epopostruma



Mesostruma









Paleoattina

Apterostigma




Myrmicocrypta



Mycocepurus




Neoattina


Cyatta



Kalathomyrmex






Mycetarotes



Mycetosoritis





Cyphomyrmex




Mycetophylax




Mycetagroicus





some Trachymyrmex




Sericomyrmex



Xerolitor






some Trachymyrmex




some Trachymyrmex




Atta



Acromyrmex
















Pheidole




Cephalotes



Procryptocerus







Strumigenys




Phalacromyrmex



Pilotrochus







Protalaridris



Rhopalothrix





Basiceros




Octostruma




Eurhopalothrix



Talaridris












Crematogastrini




Genera within Tribe Crematogastrini



Attini


Crematogastrini

Rostromyrmex






Cardiocondyla



Ocymyrmex






Nesomyrmex



Xenomyrmex





Terataner




Atopomyrmex



Cataulacus










Carebara



Diplomorium






Melissotarsus



Rhopalomastix






Calyptomyrmex



Tetramorium





Cyphoidris



Dicroaspis










Aretidris



Vollenhovia





Dacetinops



Indomyrma








Crematogaster



Meranoplus






Lophomyrmex




Adlerzia



Recurvidris






Stereomyrmex




Trichomyrmex





Eutetramorium




Royidris




Malagidris



Vitsika








Huberia



Podomyrma





Liomyrmex



Metapone













Kartidris



Mayriella





Tetheamyrma




Dacatria



Proatta









Dilobocondyla



Secostruma






Acanthomyrmex



Myrmecina





Perissomyrmex



Pristomyrmex









some Lordomyrma



Propodilobus





Lasiomyrma




some Lordomyrma




Ancyridris



some Lordomyrma









Paratopula




Poecilomyrma




Romblonella



Rotastruma








Gauromyrmex



Vombisidris





Temnothorax




Harpagoxenus




Formicoxenus



Leptothorax
















References

  • Blaimer, B.B., Ward, P.S., Schultz, T.R., Fisher, B.L., Brady, S.G. 2018. Paleotropical diversification dominates the evolution of the hyperdiverse ant tribe Crematogastrini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Insect Systematics and Diversity 2(5): 3 (DOI 10.1093/isd/ixy013).
  • Li, H., Sosa-Calvo, J., Horn, H.A., Pupo, M.T., Clardy, J., Rabeling, C., Schultz, T.R., Currie, C.R. 2018. Convergent evolution of complex structures for ant–bacterial defensive symbiosis in fungus-farming ants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(42): 10720-10725 (DOI 10.1073/pnas.1809332115).
  • Ward, P.S., Brady, S.G., Fisher, B.L., Schultz, T.R. 2015. The evolution of myrmicine ants: phylogeny and biogeography of a hyperdiverse ant clade (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Systematic Entomology 40: 61-81 (DOI 10.1111/syen.12090).