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Authors
Year
2007-09-01
Title
Advances in ant systematics (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): Homage to E.O. Wilson - 50 years of contributions.
Publisher
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, 80
City
Page Count
Chapters
Title Chapter Number Start Page End Page
A review of the ant genus Metapone Forel from Madagascar. 8 18
Edward O. Wilson and his contributions to ant systematics. 3 7
Ant diversity in arid Australia: a systematic overview. 19 51
How to conduct large-scale taxonomic revisions in Formicidae. 52 71
A new ant genus from the southwestern United States. 89 99
A new species of Crematogaster from the pinelands of the southeastern United States. 100 112
The ants of El Hierro (Canary Islands). 113 127
The Myrmica punctiventris and M. crassirugis species groups in the Nearctic region. 153 185
Two new South American species of Monomorium Mayr with taxonomic notes on the genus. 128 145
A new species of Probolomyrmex from Madagascar. 146 152
Revision of the subgenus Aulacomyrma Emery of the genus Polyrhachis F. Smith, with descriptions of new species. 186 253
Identification of the species of Gnamptogenys Roger in the Americas. 254 270
Taxonomic review of the genus Wasmannia. 271 289
A key to Camponotus Mayr of Australia. 290 351
Revision of the ant genus Perissomyrmex with notes on the phylogeny of the tribe Myrmecinini. 352 369
Revision of Australian Meranoplus: the Meranoplus diversus group. 370 423
The fungus-growing ant genus Apterostigma in Dominican amber. 425 436
Revision of the ant genus Mayriella. 437 458
New synonymy, new species, new keys to Neivamyrmex army ants of the United States. 459 550
A review of the arboreal Afrotropical ant genus Axinidris. 551 578
Bloody funny wasps! Speculations on the evolution of eusociality in ants. 580 609
Revision of the Nearctic endemic Formica pallidefulva group. 610 637
The ant genus Leptanilloides: discovery of the male and evaluation of phylogenetic relationships based on DNA sequence data. 637 649
Pachycondyla nigrita and related species in Southeast Asia. 650 663
A new sibling species of the genus Strumigenys, with a redefinition of S. lewisi Cameron. 664 690
Preface. 1 2

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