Myrmicinae


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Myrmicinae

[mər′mis·ə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large diverse subfamily of ants (Formicidae); some members are inquilines and have no worker caste.
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Subfamilia Myrmicinae Lepeletier, 1835 Tribu Attini Smith, 1858
2008) verificaram uma configuracao similar quanto ao numero de subfamilias encontradas (seis): Myrmicinae (S = 56), Formicinae (S = 1), Dolichoderinae (S = 9), Ectatomminae (S = 5), Ponerinae (S = 4), e Paraponerinae (S = 1).
3 (58%), showing the high frequency of species from the Myrmicinae subfamily, a successful group ecologically, because they are extremely adaptable to the most varied ecological niches.
5 X Myrmicinae Cephalotes clypeatus X Cephalotes grandinosus X X Cephalotes pallens X Cephalotes pavonii X X Cephalotes pusillus X X Cephalotes minutus X X Cephalotes simillimus X Cephalotes sp.
Myrmicinae was the most frequent ant subfamily sampled with both techniques, and this result is probably related to the high richness and abundance of this group in the leaf litter fauna of the Neotropics (Silva and
El 50% de las subfamilias neotropicales fueron capturadas, destacandose Myrmicinae como la subfamilia con mayor numero de generos y especies para cada altitud.
8) y en rio Manso se colectaron 108 especies, siendo Myrmicinae la subfamilia con el mayor numero de generos y especies con 19 y 63, respectivamente; Ponerinae ocupo el segundo lugar con 5 y 13.
Dol = Dolichoderinae sp; Lin = Linepithema sp; Myr = Myrmelachisla sp; Phe = Pheidole sp; Myrm = Myrmicinae.
Los taxones estan distribuidos por subfamilias de la siguiente manera: Cerapachyinae (1:1:1); Dolichoderinae (1:4:10); Ecitoninae (1:3:13); Ectatomminae (2:3:3); Formicinae (3:5:26); Myrmicinae (8:17:91); Ponerinae (1:4:10) y Pseudomymicinae (1:1:8).
Se ofrece una revision de las hormigas Myrmicinae del genero Allomerus Mayr.
The zodariids observed were able to subdue various ant species, from the subfamilies Formicinae, Myrmicinae and Dolichoderinae.
Al igual que en esta comunidad, otros estudios realizados en Mexico, reportan que la subfamilia con mayor numero de generos y especies es Myrmicinae, seguida del grupo de las Ponerinae (Del Toro et al.