Taxa Described in 1838

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The following genus was described in 1838 (see all years)

Taxon Name Subfamily Tribe Author Type Species Fossil Fossil Age Species Count Notes
Myrmecocystus Formicinae Lasiini Wesmael Myrmecocystus mexicanus 30

The following 13 species/subspecies were described in 1838 (see all years)

Taxon Name Subfamily Tribe Genus Species Subspecies Author Type Locality Country Fossil Fossil Age Notes
Acromyrmex lundii Myrmicinae Attini Acromyrmex lundii Guérin-Méneville Brazil
Camponotus sericeiventris Formicinae Camponotini Camponotus sericeiventris Guérin-Méneville Brazil
Crematogaster terminalis Myrmicinae Crematogastrini Crematogaster terminalis Shuckard United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Formica atra Formicinae Camponotini Camponotus atra Zetterstedt Synonym, see Camponotus herculeanus
Formica intermedia Formicinae Camponotini Camponotus intermedia Zetterstedt Synonym, see Camponotus herculeanus
Formica lugubris Formicinae Formicini Formica lugubris Zetterstedt Norway
Formica zonata Formicinae Oecophyllini Oecophylla zonata Guérin-Méneville Synonym, see Oecophylla smaragdina
Myrmecocystus mexicanus Formicinae Lasiini Myrmecocystus mexicanus Wesmael Mexico
Myrmica domestica Myrmicinae Solenopsidini Monomorium domestica Shuckard Synonym, see Monomorium pharaonis
Myrmica lacteipennis Myrmicinae Crematogastrini Leptothorax lacteipennis Zetterstedt Synonym, see Leptothorax acervorum
Myrmica montana Labram & Imhoff Myrmicinae Myrmicini Manica montana Labram & Imhoff Synonym, see Manica rubida
Polyrhachis latreillii Formicinae Camponotini Polyrhachis latreillii Guérin-Méneville Australia
Ponera grandis Ponerinae Ponerini Dinoponera grandis Guérin-Méneville Synonym, see Dinoponera gigantea