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1758 - 2004



    Род Aenictus упоминается в 152 статьях, использованной здесь базы Formis-2003. Другой список по всем другим кочевым муравьям (=394 статей, монографий и книг), включая 20 диссертаций по кочевым муравьям см.сздесь.


    1. Арнольди К. В. (1968). Важные дополнения к мирмекофауне (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) СССР и описание новых форм // Зоол. журн. 1968. Т. 48, № 12. С. 1800 – 1822.
      В этой статье (в числе прочих новинок) был описан 1-й для СССР муравей-кочевник: новый для науки вид A. dlusskyi Arnoldi, которого в 1960 году нашел в окрестностях Еревана в Армении Г.М.Длусский (самку и 19 рабочих).


    2. Billen, J. and B. Gobin (1996). "Trail following in army ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Neth. J. Zool. 46: 272-280.
      Муравьи-кочевники формируют массовые колонны идущие по следовым феромонам. Муравьи Eciton burchelli (Ecitoninae) продуцируют очень устойчивые метки с помощью феромонов, выделяемых из специализированного эпителия на 7-ом абдоминальном стерните. У вида Dorylus molestus (Dorylini) наоборот неустойчивые и короткие следовые метки, выделяемые из ядовитой железы. У вида Aenictus sp, близкого к laeviceps (Aenictini), секреты хорошоразвитой постпигидиальных желез формируют длинные и устойчивые следовые феромоны (the long-lasting trail pheromone), которые химически идентифицируются у этого вида как 2-х компонентная система из methyl nicotinate (1% от всех секретов этой железы), вещества, заставляющего муравьев бежать по следу, и methyl anthranilate (99%), составляющего основу следовых меток.


    3. Billen, J., B. Gobin, et Ito, F. (1999). "Fine structure of the postpygidial gland in Aenictus army ants." Acta Zool. 80: 307-310.
      Род Aenictus имеет крупную постпигидиальную железу, которая служит источником следовых феромонов. The paired gland at each side consists of a reservoir sac into which the secretory cells open through their accompanying duct cells. The secretory cells are characterized by a well developed Golgi apparatus, numerous mitochondria and strands of smooth endoplasmic reticulum. The reservoir opens near the abdomen tip, which facilitates deposition of the secretory products onto the substrate. The large reservoir of the postpygidial gland may enable the incessant trail laying of at least one of the investigated species.


    4. Billen, J. P. J. and W. H. Gotwald, Jr. (1988). "The crenellate lining of the Dufour gland in the genus Aenictus: a new character for interpreting the phylogeny of Old World army ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Dorylinae)." Zool. Scr. 17: 293-295.
      Исследована Дюфурова железа и её эпителий муравьев-кочевников рода Aenictus. Обнаружено, что она имеет crenellate appearance - состояние ранее описанное только у африканских Dorylus. Этот признак, ещё раз указывает на наличие общих предков у родов Aenictus и Dorylus, и необходимость помещения их в единое подсемейство Dorylinae, и то, что трифилетическая эволюция кочевников видимо, маловероятна.


    5. Bolton, B. (1990). Army ants reassessed: the phylogeny and classification of the doryline section. Journal of Natural History 24: 1339-1364.

    6. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1952 ("1951")). "New synonymy in the army ant genus Aenictus Schuckard." Psyche 58: 123.

    7. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1958 ("1957")). "The army ant Aenictus exiguus Clark a synonym." Psyche 64: 5. *[A. deuqueti & A. exiguus are synonyms of Aenictus turneri.]

    8. Campione, B. M., J. A. Novak, et al. (1983). "Taxonomy and morphology of the West African army ant, Aenictus asantei n. sp. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 76: 873-883.
      Описан по рабочим и маткам новый вид из Западной Африки - Aenictus asantei. Их рабочие отличаются от всех Африканских видов рода следующими признаками: крупным размером, наличием зубчиков на переднем крае клипеуса, и морщинистостью задних двух третей груди. Матка стала только 4-ой описанной в роде, что были найдены в Африке южнее Сахары, и уникально отличается от других присутствием medial ocellus. У других маток Aenictus вообще нет ни глаз ни оцеллий. Приведено детальное гистологическое описание внутренней морфологии рабочих. Вид Aenictus asantei охотится на муравьев рода Pheidole sp.


    9. Chapman, J. W. (1965 ("1964")). "Studies on the ecology of the army ants of the Philippines genus Aenictus Schuckard (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Philipp. J. Sci. 93: 551-595.

    10. Emery, C. (1910). "Hymenoptera. Fam. Formicidae. Subfam. Dorylinae." Genera Insectorum 102: 1-34.

    11. Forel, A. (1890). "Aenictus (Typhlatta) and some new genera of Formicidae. [Translated by R. C. Wroughton.]." J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 5: 388-397.

    12. Forel, A. (1890). "Aenictus-Typhlatta decouverte de M. Wroughton. Nouveaux genres de Formicides." Ann. Soc. Entomol. Belg. 34: cii-cxiv.
      Translated in J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 5:388-397. See Forel (1890h).


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    13. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. (1976). "Behavioral observations on African army ants of the genus Aenictus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Biotropica 8: 59-65.

    14. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. (1978). "Trophic ecology and adaptation in tropical Old World ants of the subfamily Dorylinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Biotropica 10: 161-169.

    15. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. 1979. Phylogenetic implications of army ant zoogeography (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 72 (4): 462-467.

    16. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. (1982). Army ants. Social insects. Volume 4. H. R. Hermann. New York. 385 p., Academic Press: 157-254.

    17. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. (1995) "Army Ants: The Biology of Social Predation" (Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca, NY - pp.1-302).

    18. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. and D. Barr (1988 ("1987")). "Quantitative studies on workers of the Old World army ant genus Aenictus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Insect. Soc. 34: 261-273.

    19. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. and G. R. Cunningham-van Someren (1976). "Taxonomic and behavioral notes on the African ant, Aenictus eugenii Emery, with a description of the queen (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 84: 182-188.

    20. Gotwald, W. H., Jr. and J. M. Leroux (1980). "Taxonomy of the African army ant, Aenictus decolor (Mayr), with a description of the queen (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Proc. Entomol. Soc. Washington 82: 599-608. *[Aenictus batesi & Aenictus bidentatus are n.syn. of Aenictus decolor.]

    21. Hashimoto, Y. and S. Yamane (1998). "Army ants and ant collectors. 1. In quest of Asian army ants (Aenictinae)." Insectarium 35(4): 96-100; 4-8. [ Includes distribution map of Aenictus species in Asia.]

    22. Hirosawa, H., S. Higashi, et al. (1998). Food habits of army ants Aenictus and their effects on ant community in a rainforest of Borneo. [Abstract.]. Social insects at the turn of the millenium. Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of IUSSI, Adelaide Australia, 29 December 1998 - 3 January 1999. M. P. Schwarz and K. Hogendoorn. Adelaide. 535 p., XIII Congress of IUSSI: 210.

    23. Hirosawa, H., S. Higashi, et al. (2000). "Food habits of Aenictus army ants and their effects on the ant community in a rain forest of Borneo." Insect. Soc. 47: 42-49.

    24. Jacot, A. P. (1939). "A new antennophorid mite, rider of the Philippine ant Aenictus martini." Philipp. J. Sci. 69: 433-434.

    25. Kistner, D. H., A. Weissflog, Rosciszewski, K., Maschwitz, U. (1997). "New species, new genera, and new records of myrmecophiles associated with army ants (Aenictus sp.) with the description of a new subtribe of Staphylinidae (Coleoptera; formicidae: Aenictinae)." Sociobiology 29: 123-221.

    26. Manjunatha, M., N. S. Bhat, Raju, G.T.T., Viraktamath, C.A. (1988). "A new predatory ant Aenictus pachycerus Smith (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) on wireworm Agriotes sp. (Coleoptera: Elateridae)." Curr. Sci. 57: 744.

    27. Oldham, N. J., E. D. Morgan, Gobin, B., Schoeters, E., Billen, J.P.J. (1994). "Volatile secretions of Old World army ant Aenictus rotundatus and chemotaxonomic implications of army ant Dufour gland chemistry." J. Chem. Ecol. 20: 3297-3305.
      The Dufour glands of Aenictus rotundatus contain a complex mixture of terpenoids with geranylgeraniol comprising over 50% of the secretion. Some novel compounds have been tentatively identified as higher homologs of 1,3,3-trimethyl-2,7-dioxabicyclo[2,2,1]heptane based on GC-MS data. The Dufour gland secretion of A. rotundatus is more similar in composition to the secretions of members of the subfamily Ecitoninae than to its closer relatives from the tribe Dorylini, a result that further complicates studies on the phylogeny of army ants. The mandibular glands of A. rotundatus contain a mixture of 4-methyl-3-heptanone and limonene in trace amounts, and the well-developed postpygidial glands contain methyl anthranilate only.


    28. Perfil'eva, K. S. 2002. Wing venation in army ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) and its importance for phylogeny. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 81 (10): 1239-1250.

    29. Radchenko, A. G. (1993). "Ants from Vietnam in the collection of the Institute of Zoology, PAS, Warsaw. I. Pseudomyrmicinae [sic], Dorylinae, Ponerinae." Ann. Zool., Warszawa 44: 75-82.

    30. Rosciszewski, K. and U. Maschwitz (1994). "Prey specialization of army ants of the genus Aenictus in Malaysia." Andrias 13: 179-187.
      Кочевые муравьи рода Aenictus в исследованной зоне заповедника Pasoh Forest Reserve (Malaysia, Negeri Sembilan) специализированы на питании другими муравьями. This is also true for A. gracilis Emery and A. laeviceps (F. Smith), for which a much wider food spectrum is known from the Philippines. Prey could be taken off in 9 of 11 species (4 of them hithero undescribed) found in the area. The different prey spectrum of each Aenictus species indicates resource partitioning, which is shown in preference of particular taxa, strata and prey size. These factors are described and discussed. An attack of Aenictus dentatus Forel on a Pheidole species is described in detail. *[with lists of ant species used as prey by Aenictus.]


    31. Santschi, F. (1917 ("1916")). "Description d'une nouvelle reine de Formicide du genre Aenictus Shuckard." Ann. Soc. Entomol. France 85: 277-278.

    32. Shuckard, W.E. 1840. Monograph of the Dorylidae, a family of these Hymenoptera Heterogyna. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (1)5: 258-271.

    33. Shyamalanath, S. (1978). Anatomy and histology of some of the systems in the adult and pupae of the male of the old world doryline ant Aenictus gracilis Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), Ph.D. dissert., Fordham University, 173 p. [Dissert. Abstr. Int. B 39: 1618]

    34. Shyamalanath, S. and J. Forbes (1980). "Digestive system and associated organs in the adult and pupal male doryline ant Aenictus gracilis Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 88: 15-28.

    35. Shyamalanath, S. and J. Forbes (1984 ("1983")). "Anatomy and histology of the male reproductive system in the adult and pupa of the doryline ant, Aenictus gracilis Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91: 377-393.
      Анатомия и гистология мужской половой системы имаго и куколок кочевого муравья Aenictus gracilis. The male reproductive system consists of the testes, the vasa efferentia, the vasa deferentia, the seminal vesicles, the accessory glands, the short bound accessory gland duct, the ejaculatory duct and wedge, the aedeagal bladder, and the external genitalia. The testes are enclosed in a thin common capsule, and each testis is composed of about 32 follicles. The epithelium of the testicular follicle in the adult consists of a basal and inner layer of cells around a central lumen, which contains scattered or clustered spermatozoa. In the pupa, the epithelium is composed of irregularly-shaped cells, each with a large central vacuole, filled with spermatozoa. The seminal vesicles are U-shaped in the adult and pupa. The epithelial cells in the pupa are taller than those in the adult. In the adult, spermatozoa were present throughout, but in the pupa sperms were absent throughout. The accessory glands are tubular and bent around the proximal region of the intestine. The epithelium is more floded in the pupa than in the adult. In the adult, some regions contain an acidophilic secretion, some basophilic, and some both. In the ejaculatory duct, a cuticular wedge is present on the lateral and ventral walls; this wedge is more complex in its structure in the adult. The duct enters the dorsal, posterior surface of the aedeagal bladder. The epithelium of the bladder consists of small cells covered by a thick, wrinkled intima. The muscle fibers that surround the bladder are larger in diameter than the visceral muscles of the ejaculatory duct. the lumen of the bladder is devoid of secretion. The basal ring of the genitalia, the three pairs of valves, and the eighth and ninth sterna are described. They are quite different in shape from those of the New World dorylines, Eciton hamatum and Neivamyrmex harrisi, but in some respects resemble those of the Old World dorylines, Dorylus wilverthi and nigricans. comparisons made with previously described Old and New World species have revealed structures and features that lend support to the concept of triphyletic origin of the dorylines.


    36. Smith, F. 1857. Catalogue of the hymenopterous insects collected at Sarawak, Borneo; Mount Ophir, Malacca; and at Singapore, by A. R. Wallace. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology 2: 42-88.

    37. Sudd, J. H. (1959). "A note on the behaviour of Aenictus (Hym., Formicidae)." Entomol. Mon. Mag. 95: 262.

    38. Terayama, M. (1984). "A new species of the army ant genus Aenictus from Taiwan (Insecta; Hymenoptera; Formicidae)." Bull. Biogeogr. Soc. Jpn. 39: 13-16.
      Aenictus lifuiae n. sp. worker and male from Taiwan


    39. Terayama, M. and S. Kubota (1993). "The army ant genus Aenictus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Thailand and Viet Nam, with descriptions of three new species." Bull. Biogeogr. Soc. Jpn. 48: 68-72.
      Aenictus changmaianus, Aenictus dentatus, Aenictus nishimurai, Aenictus thailandianus


    40. Terayama, M. and S. Yamane (1989). "The army ant genus Aenictus (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) from Sumatra, with descriptions of three new species." Jpn. J. Entomol. 57: 597-603.
      Aenictus cornutus, Aenictus dentatus, Aenictus gracilis, Aenictus hottai, Aenictus laeviceps, Aenictus latifemoratus, Aenictus minutulus


    41. Westwood, J. O. (1845). "Description of a new species of the Hymenopterous genus Aenictus, belonging to the Dorylidae." J. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Lond. 1840-1846: 85.

    42. Westwood, J. O. (1847). "Descriptions of a new Dorylideous insect from South Africa, belonging to the genus Aenictus." Trans. Entomol. Soc. London 4: 237-238.

    43. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1964). "The ant larvae of the subfamily Dorylinae: supplement." Proc. Entomol. Soc. Washington 66: 129-137.

    44. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1974). "Ant larvae of the subfamily Dorylinae: second supplement (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. Kansas Entomol. Soc. 47: 166-172.

    45. Wheeler, G. C. & Wheeler, J. 1976. Ant larvae: review and synthesis. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington 74: 1-108.

    46. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1984). "The larvae of the army ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): a revision." J. Kansas Entomol. Soc. 57: 263-275.
      Обзор и ревизия всех предшествующих статей о личинках кочевых муравьев (Dorylinae). Описаны личинки 22 видов Aenictus, Cheliomyrmex, Dorylus, Eciton, Labidus и Neivamyrmex. Genera are keyed and characterized and each is assigned a specialization index. feeding behavior is discussed. This study does not support the separation of Old World and New World army ants into separate subfamilies.

    47. Wheeler, W. M. (1930). "Philippine ants of the genus Aenictus with descriptions of the females of two species." J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 38: 193-212.

    48. Wilson, E. O. (1964). "The true army ants of the Indo-Australian area (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dorylinae)." Pac. Insects 6: 427-483.

    49. Wu, J. and C. Wang (1992). Hymenoptera: Formicidae. [In Chinese]. Iconography of forest insects in Hunan, China. J. Peng and Y. Liu. Hunan. 1473 p., Hunan Scientific and Technical Publishing House: 1301-1320.
      ...Aenictus aratus, Aenictus ceylonicus...


    50. Xu, Z. (1994). "A taxonomic study of the ant subfamily Dorylinae in China (Hymenoptera Formicidae). [In Chinese]." J. Southwest For. Coll. 14: 115-122.
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    51. Yamane, S. and Y. Hashimoto (1998). "Army ants and ant collectors. 2. Inventory and reference collections of ants in Asia." Insectarium 35(5): 16-22.

    52. Yamane, S. and Y. Hashimoto (1999). "A remarkable new species of the army ant genus Aenictus (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) with a polymorphic worker caste." Tropics 8: 427-432.
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    53. Zhang, W. (1994). "A new species of Aenictus from Sichuan Province (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Entomol. Res. 1: 101-102.

    54. Zhou, S. (1999). "The ant genus Aenictus Shuckard from Guangxi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Guangxi Sci. 6: 63-64.
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