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In 1995 Barry Bolton published his monumental ''New General Catalogue''<ref name="Bolton95">Bolton, B. 1995. A New General Catalogue of the Ants of the World. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press</ref>, a compendium of all taxonomic decisions for ants worldwide, including extinct as well as extant taxa. This was the first global ant catalogue published since Emery's ''Genera Insectorum'' volumes nearly 75 years earlier, and was the first catalogue to appear as a single volumne (Emery's work was published as 7 volumes between 1910 and 1925). A CD ROM database version of the Catalogue<ref name="Bolton07">Bolton, B.; Alpert, G.; Ward, P. S.; Naskrecki, P. 2007. Bolton's Catalogue of ants of the world: 1758-2005. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, CD-ROM</ref> was published in 2007 covering the period 1758 to 2005.
 
In 1995 Barry Bolton published his monumental ''New General Catalogue''<ref name="Bolton95">Bolton, B. 1995. A New General Catalogue of the Ants of the World. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press</ref>, a compendium of all taxonomic decisions for ants worldwide, including extinct as well as extant taxa. This was the first global ant catalogue published since Emery's ''Genera Insectorum'' volumes nearly 75 years earlier, and was the first catalogue to appear as a single volumne (Emery's work was published as 7 volumes between 1910 and 1925). A CD ROM database version of the Catalogue<ref name="Bolton07">Bolton, B.; Alpert, G.; Ward, P. S.; Naskrecki, P. 2007. Bolton's Catalogue of ants of the world: 1758-2005. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, CD-ROM</ref> was published in 2007 covering the period 1758 to 2005.
  
Since its original publication Barry has continued to update the ''New General Catalogue'' and his files are available below. We are indebted to Barry for making this information available.
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Since its original publication Barry has continued to update the Catalogue, now called ''An Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World''. His files are available below. We are indebted to Barry for making this information available.
  
 
==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==

Latest revision as of 09:26, 27 July 2020

In 1995 Barry Bolton published his monumental New General Catalogue[1], a compendium of all taxonomic decisions for ants worldwide, including extinct as well as extant taxa. This was the first global ant catalogue published since Emery's Genera Insectorum volumes nearly 75 years earlier, and was the first catalogue to appear as a single volumne (Emery's work was published as 7 volumes between 1910 and 1925). A CD ROM database version of the Catalogue[2] was published in 2007 covering the period 1758 to 2005.

Since its original publication Barry has continued to update the Catalogue, now called An Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World. His files are available below. We are indebted to Barry for making this information available.

Introduction

Introduction
Depositories: Abbreviations of Museums and other Institutions

Family-group Names

Formicidae: Catalogue of Family-group Taxa

Genera

Genera A-C
Genera D-L
Genera M-O
Genera P-Q
Genera R-Z

Species

A

Acanthognathus, Acanthomyrmex, Acanthoponera, Acanthostichus, Acromyrmex, Acropyga, Adelomyrmex, Adetomyrma, Adlerzia, Aenictogiton, Aenictus, Afromyrma, Afropone, Agastomyrma, Agraulomyrmex, Agroecomyrmex, Alloformica, Alloiomma, Allomerus, Amblyopone, Ancyridris, Aneuretellus, Aneuretus, Anillidris, Anillomyrma, Ankylomyrma, Anochetus, Anomalomyrma, Anonychomyrma, Anoplolepis, Aphaenogaster (species a-m, species n-z), Aphomomyrmex, Apomyrma, Apterostigma, Aptinoma, Aquilomyrmex, Archaeopone, Archimyrmex, Archiponera, Aretidris, Armania, Arnoldius, Asphinctopone, Asymphylomyrmex, Atopomyrmex, Atta, Attaichnus, Attopsis, Aulacopone, Austromorium, Austroponera, Avitomyrmex, Axinidris, Azteca

B

Baikuris, Bajcaridris, Baracidris, Bariamyrma, Basiceros, Belonopelta, Biamomyrma, Bilobomyrma, Blepharidatta, Boloponera, Boltonidris, Boltonimecia, Bondroitia, Bothriomyrmex, Bothroponera, Brachymyrmex, Brachyponera, Brachytarsites, Bradoponera, Bregmatomyrma, Britaneuretus, Brownimecia, Buniapone, Burmomyrma

C

Calomyrmex, Calyptites, Calyptomyrmex, Camelomecia, Camponotites, Camponotus (species a-b, species c, species d-f, species g-k, species l-o, species p-r, species s-z), Cananeuretus, Canapone, Cardiocondyla, Carebara, Cariridris, Casaleia, Cataglyphis, Cataglyphoides, Cataulacus, Centromyrmex, Cephalomyrmex, Cephalopone, Cephalotes, Cerapachys, Ceratomyrmex, Chelaner, Cheliomyrmex, Chimaeridris, Chimaeromyrma, Chonidris, Chronomyrmex, Chronoxenus, Chrysapace, Cladomyrma, Clavipetiola, Colobopsis, Colobostruma, Condylodon, Conoformica, Crematogaster (species a-e, species f-o, species p-z), Cretacoformica, Cretomyrma, Cretopone, Cryptomyrmex, Cryptopone, Ctenobethylus, Curticorna, Curtipalpulus, Cyatta, Cylindromyrmex, Cyphoidris, Cyphomyrmex, Cyrtopone

D

Dacatria, Dacetinops, Daceton, Dhagnathos, Diacamma, Diaphoromyrma, Dicroaspis, Dilobocondyla, Dinomyrmex, Dinoponera, Diplomorium, Discothyrea, Dlusskyidris, Doleromyrma, Dolichoderus, Dolichomyrma, Dolioponera, Dolopomyrmex, Dorylus, Dorymyrmex, Drymomyrmex

E

Eburopone, Echinopla, Eciton, Ecphorella, Ectatomma, Ectomomyrmex, Elaeomyrmex, Elaphrodites, Eldermyrmex, Electromyrmex, Electroponera, Emeryopone, Emplastus, Enneamerus, Eoaenictites, Eocenidris, Eocenomyrma, Eoformica, Eogorgites, Eoleptocerites, Eomyrmex, Eoponerites, Eotapinoma, Epelysidris, Epopostruma, Erromyrma, Eulithomyrmex, Euponera, Euprenolepis, Eurhopalothrix, Eurymyrmex, Eurytarsites, Eusphinctus, Eutetramorium

F

Fallomyrma, Feroponera, Fisheropone, Fonsecahymen, Forelius, Formica (species a-m, species n-z), Formicium, Formicoxenus, Formila, Formosimyrma, Froggattella, Fulakora, Furcisutura, Fushuniformica, Fushunomyrmex

G

Gaoligongidris, Gauromyrmex, Gerontoformica, Gesomyrmex, Gigantiops, Glaphyromyrmex, Gnamptogenys, Goniomma, Gracilidris

H

Hagensia, Haidomyrmex, Haidomyrmodes, Haidoterminus, Harpagoxenus, Harpegnathos, Heeridris, Heteroponera, Huaxiaformica, Huberia, Hylomyrma, Hypopomyrmex, Hypoponera

I

Iberoformica, Ilemomyrmex, Imhoffia, Indomyrma, Iridomyrmex, Iroponera, Ishakidris

K

Kalathomyrmex, Kartidris, Kempfidris, Khetania, Klondikia, Kohlsimyrma, Kotshkorkia, Ktunaxia, Kyromyrma

L

Labidus, Lachnomyrmex, Lasiomyrma, Lasiophanes, Lasius, Lenomyrmex, Lepisiota, Leptanilla, Leptanilloides, Leptogasteritus, Leptogenys, Leptomyrmex, Leptomyrmula, Leptothorax, Leucotaphus, Liaoformica, Linepithema, Linguamyrmex, Liometopum, Liomyrmex, Lioponera, Lividopone, Loboponera, Lonchomyrmex, Longicapitia, Longiformica, Lophomyrmex, Lordomyrma, Loweriella

M

Macabeemyrma, Magnogasterites, Malagidris, Manica, Martialis, Mayaponera, Mayriella, Megalomyrmex, Megaponera, Melissotarsus, Melophorus, Meranoplus, Mesoponera, Mesostruma, Messelopone, Messor, Metapone, Mianeuretus, Microdaceton, Miomyrmex, Miosolenopsis, Monomorium (species a-k, species l-z), Myanmyrma, Mycetagroicus, Mycetarotes, Mycetomoellerius, Mycetophylax, Mycetosoritis, Mycocepurus, Myopias, Myopopone, Myrcidris, Myrmecia, Myrmeciites, Myrmecina, Myrmecites, Myrmecocystus, Myrmecorhynchus, Myrmelachista, Myrmica (species a-l, species m-z), Myrmicaria, Myrmicium, Myrmicocrypta, Myrmoteras, Mystrium

N

Napakimyrma, Nebothriomyrmex, Neivamyrmex, Neocerapachys, Neoponera, Nesomyrmex, Nomamyrmex, Noonilla, Nothomyrmecia, Notoncus, Notostigma, Novomessor, Nylanderia

O

Ochetellus, Ochetomyrmex, Octostruma, Ocymyrmex, Odontomachus, Odontoponera, Oecophylla, Onychomyrmex, Ooceraea, Opamyrma, Ophthalmopone, Opisthopsis, Orapia, Orbicapitia, Orbigastrula, Orectognathus, Ovalicapito, Ovaligastrula, Overbeckia, Oxyepoecus, Oxyidris, Oxyopomyrmex

P

Pachycondyla, Paltothyreus, Papyrius, Parameranoplus, Paramycetophylax, Paraneuretus, Paraparatrechina, Paraphaenogaster, Paraponera, Parasyscia, Paratopula, Paratrachymyrmex, Paratrechina, Parvaponera, Patagonomyrmex, Perissomyrmex, Peronomyrmex, Petalomyrmex, Petraeomyrmex, Petropone, Phalacromyrmex, Phaulomyrma, Pheidole (species a-g, species h-p, species q-z), Philidris, Phrynoponera, Pilotrochus, Pityomyrmex, Plagiolepis, Platythyrea, Plectroctena, Plesiomyrmex, Podomyrma, Poecilomyrma, Pogonomyrmex, Polyergus, Polyrhachis (species a-e, species f-o, species p-z), Ponera, Ponerites, Poneropterus, Prenolepis, Prionomyrmex, Prionopelta, Pristomyrmex, Proatta, Probolomyrmex, Procerapachys, Proceratium, Procryptocerus, Prodimorphomyrmex, Proformica, Proiridomyrmex, Prolasius, Proleptothorax, Promyopias, Promyrmicium, Propalosoma, Propodilobus, Protalaridris, Protaneuretus, Protanilla, Protazteca, Protoceratomyrmex, Protoformica, Protomyrmica, Protopone, Protrechina, Psalidomyrmex, Pseudarmania, Pseudectatomma, Pseudoatta, Pseudocamponotus, Pseudolasius, Pseudomyrmex, Pseudoneoponera, Pseudonotoncus, Pseudoponera

Q

Quadrulicapito, Quineangulicapito

R

Rasopone, Ravavy, Recurvidris, Rhopalomastix, Rhopalothrix, Rhytidoponera, Rogeria, Romblonella, Rossomyrmex, Rostromyrmex, Rotastruma, Royidris

S

Santschiella, Scyphodon, Secostruma, Sericomyrmex, Sicelomyrmex, Simopelta, Simopone, Sinoformica, Sinomyrmex, Sinotenuicapito, Solenopsis, Solenopsites, Sphaerogasterites, Sphecomyrma, Sphinctomyrmex, Stegomyrmex, Stenamma, Stereomyrmex, Stigmacros, Stigmatomma, Stigmomyrmex, Stiphromyrmex, Streblognathus, Strongylognathus, Strumigenys (species a-f, species g-o, species p-z), Syllophopsis, Syntaphus, Syscia

T

Talaridris, Tanipone, Taphopone, Tapinolepis, Tapinoma, Tatuidris, Technomyrmex, Temnothorax (species a-o, species p-z), Terataner, Teratomyrmex, Tetheamyrma, Tetramorium (species a-f, species g-p, species q-z), Tetraponera, Thanacomyrmex, Thaumatomyrmex, Titanomyrma, Trachymyrmex, Tranopelta, Trichomyrmex, Tropidomyrmex, Turneria, Typhlomyrmex, Tyrannomyrmex

U

Usomyrma

V

Veromessor, Vicinopone, Vitsika, Vollenhovia, Vombisidris

W

Wasmannia, Wilsonia, Wumyrmex

X

Xenomyrmex, Xerolitor, Xymmer

Y

Yantaromyrmex, Yavnella, Ypresiomyrma, Yunodorylus

Z

Zasphinctus, Zatania, Zhangidris, Zherichinius, Zigrasimecia

Catalogue References

Authors A-B
Authors C-D
Authors E-F
Authors G-K
Authors L-R
Authors S-T
Authors U-Z


References

  1. Bolton, B. 1995. A New General Catalogue of the Ants of the World. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press
  2. Bolton, B.; Alpert, G.; Ward, P. S.; Naskrecki, P. 2007. Bolton's Catalogue of ants of the world: 1758-2005. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, CD-ROM