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        1. Cataulacus marleyi

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              Title Author Publication Year Annotation
              A synonymic list of the ants of the Ethiopian region. 1922-05-01 cataloged, distribution
              Hymenoptera, Fam. Formicidae, subfam. Myrmicinae. 1924-06-24 cataloged, placed in subgenus Cataulacus (Cataulacus)
              A revision of the Palaeotropical arboreal ant genus Cataulacus F. Smith (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). 1974-07-01 junior synonym of Cataulacus pygmaeus André, type information
              Afrotropical species of the myrmicine ant genera Cardiocondyla, Leptothorax, Melissotarsus, Messor and Cataulacus (Formicidae). 1982-07-01 junior synonym of Cataulacus traegaordhi Santschi, type information
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