Dorylinae


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Dorylinae

[dȯ′rī·lə·nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of predacious ants in the family Formicidae, including the army ant (Eciton hamatum).
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sp., N nigrescens and N californicus (Fonnicidae: Dorylinae), with distribution map and keys to the species of Newamyrmex of the United States.
The identification and distribution of New World army ants (Dorylinae: Formicidae).
As subfamilias mais ricas foram Myrmicinae (S=49), Formicinae (S=19), Ponerinae (S=15), Dolichoderinae (S=7), Pseudomyrmicinae (S= 5), Ectatomminae (S= 3), Dorylinae (S=2) e Heteroponerinae (S=1).
Subfamily/Genus/Species Total % Reasons for inclusion/ omission as model DORYLINAE Dorylus helvolus 4 0.24 Too small (<4 mm); (Linneaus, 1764)?