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Pseudomyrmecinae
Pseudomyrmecinae
is a small subfamily of ants containing only three genera of slender, large-eyed arboreal ants, predominantly tropical or subtropical in distribution.[1]

Contents

1 Systematics 2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Systematics[edit]

Pseudomyrmecinae
Pseudomyrmecinae
Smith, 1952

Pseudomyrmecini Smith, 1952

Myrcidris
Myrcidris
Ward, 1990 Pseudomyrmex
Pseudomyrmex
Lund, 1831 Tetraponera
Tetraponera
Smith, 1852

See also[edit]

Condylodon, genus excluded from Pseudomyrmecinae, currently of uncertain placement in the family Formicidae

References[edit]

^ "Subfamily: Pseudomyrmecinae". antweb.org. AntWeb. Retrieved 21 September 2013. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Pseudomyrmecinae
Pseudomyrmecinae
at Wikimedia Commons

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Ant
Ant
taxonomy

Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Class Insecta Order Hymenoptera Family Formicidae

Subfamilies

Extant

Agroecomyrmecinae Amblyoponinae Aneuretinae Apomyrminae Dolichoderinae Dorylinae Ectatomminae Formicinae Heteroponerinae Leptanillinae Martialinae Myrmeciinae Myrmicinae Paraponerinae Ponerinae Proceratiinae Pseudomyrmecinae

Fossil

†Armaniinae †Brownimeciinae †Formiciinae †Sphecomyrminae

Genera

List of ant genera

incertae sedis

Taxon identifiers

Wd: Q1350469 ADW: Pseudomyrmecinae BugGuide: 34957 EoL: 2738314 Fossilworks: 256000 ITIS: 573832 NCBI: 40138

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