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    Cephalotes 830 ( 19 ), Cryptocerus - 249 (32), Formis-2003, 2 (Corn, 1976 Kempf, 1951).


    1. Adams, E. S. (1990). "Interaction between the ants Zacryptocerus maculatus and Azteca trigona: interspecific parasitism of information." Biotropica 22: 200-206. *[In mangrove forests on the Atlantic coast of Panama, the arboreal Z. maculatus was positively associated with the territorial A. trigona. This association was not caused by shared preference for the same size or species of tree. The association appeared to be caused by direct interactions between colonies of Azteca and Z. maculatus. Z. maculatus workers followed pheromone trails deposited by scouts of A. trigona in order to locate newly discovered food sources.]

    2. Baroni Urbani, C. (1999). [Untitled. Cephalotes dieteri Baroni Urbani new species.], p. 547-548, in: De Andrade M. L. Baroni Urbani C. Diversity and adaptation in the ant genus Cephalotes past and present. Stuttg. Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B (Geol. Palontol.) 271:1-889.

    3. Baroni Urbani, C. (1999). [Untitled. Cephalotes poinari Baroni Urbani new species.], p. 296-298, in: De Andrade M. L. Baroni Urbani C. Diversity and adaptation in the ant genus Cephalotes past and present. Stuttg. Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B (Geol. Palontol.) 271:1-889.

    4. Baroni Urbani, C. and M. L. De Andrade (1999). [Untitled. Cephalotes bloosi Baroni Urbani & de Andrade new species.], p. 549-551, in: De Andrade M L., Baroni Urbani C. Diversity and adaptation in the ant genus Cephalotes past and present. Stuttg. Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B (Geol. Palontol.) 271:1-889.

    5. Bruch, C. (1917). "La forma sexuada femenina de Cryptocerus ridiculus Santschi." Physis 3: 269-270.

    6. Caetano, F. H. and C. d. Cruz-Landim (1985). "Presence of microorganisms in the alimentary canal of ants of the tribe Cephalotini (Myrmicinae): location and relationship with intestinal structures." Naturalia 10: 37-47.

    7. Caetano, F. H. and C. d. Cruz Landim (1987). Microorganisms in the gut of ants of the tribe Cephalotini: location and relationship with intestinal structures. [Abstract]. Chemistry and biology of social insects. J. Eder and H. Rembold. Mnchen. xxxv + 757 p., Verlag J. Peperny: 629-630.

    8. Caetano, F. H., K. Jaffe, et Crewe, R.W. (1994). The digestive tract of the Cataulacus ants: presence of the microorganisms in the ileum. Les insectes sociaux. 12me congrs de l'Union Internationale pour l'tude des Insectes Sociaux. Paris, Sorbonne, 21-27 aout 1994. A. Lenoir, G. Arnold and M. Lepage. Paris. xxiv + 583 p., Universit Paris Nord: 391.

    9. Cole, B. J. (1980). "Repertoire convergence in two mangrove ants, Zacryptocerus varians and Camponotus (Colobopsis) sp." Insect. Soc. 27: 265-275.

    10. Corn, M. L. (1976). The ecology and behavior of Cephalotes atratus, a neotropical ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), Ph.D. dissert., Harvard University, 203 p.
      [Dissert. Abstr. Int. B 38: 2018] [Order # 7722838]

    11. Corn, M. L. (1980). "Polymorphism and polyethism in the Neotropical ant Cephalotes atratus (L.)." Insect. Soc. 27: 29-42.

    12. Cole, B. J. (1980). "Repertoire convergence in two mangrove ants, Zacryptocerus varians and Camponotus (Colobopsis) sp." Insect. Soc. 27: 265-275.

    13. Coyle, F. A. (1966). "Defensive behavior and associated morphological features in three species of the ant genus Paracryptocerus." Insect. Soc. 13: 93-104.

    14. Creighton, W. S. (1963). "Further studies on the habits of Cryptocerus texanus Santschi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 70: 133-143.

    15. Creighton, W. S. (1967). "Studies on free colonies of Cryptocerus texanus Santschi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 74: 34-41.

    16. Creighton, W. S. and R. E. Gregg (1954). "Studies on the habits and distribution of Cryptocerus texanus Santschi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 61: 41-57.

    17. Creighton, W. S. and W. L. Nutting (1965). "The habits and distribution of Cryptocerus rohweri Wheeler (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Psyche 72: 59-64.

    18. De Andrade, M. L. and C. Baroni Urbani (1999). "Diversity and adaptation in the ant genus Cephalotes, past and present." Stuttg. Beitr. Naturkd. Ser. B (Geol. Palontol.) 271: 1-889.
      *[Cephalotes = Zacryptocerus n. syn. = Eucryptocerus n. syn. = Exocryptocerus n. syn.]

    19. Delabie, J. H. C. (1994). "Cooperative shield phragmosis by minor workers of Zacryptocerus pusillus (Hymenoptera; Formicidae; Cephalotini)." Etologia 4: 99-102.

    20. Emery, C. (1914). "Cephalotes et Cryptocerus. Le type du genre Crematogaster." Ann. Soc. Entomol. Belg. 58: 37-39.

    21. Evans, H. C. and R. A. Samson (1982). "Cordyceps species and their anamorph pathogenic on ants (Formicidae) in tropical forest ecosystems. I. The Cephalotes (Myrmicinae) complex." Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 79: 431-453.

    22. Franz, E. (1942). "Cephalotes atratus L.; einen Mittelund Sud-amerika heimische Ameise." Natur Volk 72: 163-165.

    23. Golbach, R. (1964 ("1963")). "Un caso teratologico en Cephalotes atratus Latr. (Hym. Formicidae)." Acta Zool. Lilloana 19: 503-505.

    24. Hespenheide, H. A. (1986). "Mimicry of ants of the genus Zacryptocerus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 94: 394-408.
      Z. christophersoni misspelled as Z. christopherseni.

    25. Jaffe, K., F. H. Caetano, Sanchez, P., Hernandez, J.V., Caraballo, L., Vitelli-Flores, J., Monsalve, W., Dorta, B., Rodriguez Lemoine, V. (2001). "Sensitivity of ant (Cephalotes) colonies and individuals to antibiotics implies feeding symbiosis with gut microorganisms." Can. J. Zool. 79: 1120-1124.

    26. Kempf, W. W. (1949). "A new species and subspecies of Procryptocerus from Esprito Santo, Brazil (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Rev. Entomol. (Rio de Janeiro) 20: 423-426.

    27. Kempf, W. W. (1951). "A taxonomic study on the ant tribe Cephalotini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Rev. Entomol. (Rio de Janeiro) 22: 1-244.

    28. Kempf, W. W. (1951). A taxonomic study on the ant Tribe Cephalotini (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), Ph.D. dissert., Cornell University.

    29. Kempf, W. W. (1952). "A synopsis of the pinelii-complex in the genus Paracryptocerus (Hym. Formicidae)." Stud. Entomol. 1: 1-30.

    30. Kempf, W. W. (1953). "Uma nova especie de Paracryptocerus da Columbia, praga do cafeeiro (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Pap. Avulsos Zool. 11: 79-88.

    31. Kempf, W. W. (1956). "A morphological study on the male genitalia of Paracryptocerus (P.) pusillus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Rev. Brasil. Entomol. 5: 101-110.

    32. Kempf, W. W. (1957). "Sobre algumas especies de Procryptocerus com a descricio duma especie nova (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Rev. Brasil. Biol. 17: 395-404.

    33. Kempf, W. W. (1958). "New studies of the ant tribe Cephalotini (Hym. Formicidae)." Stud. Entomol. (n.s.)1: 1-168.

    34. Kempf, W. W. (1958). "Synonymic note on ants of the genus Paracryptocerus Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Entomol. News 69: 108-110.

    35. Kempf, W. W. (1967). "A new revisionary note on the genus Paracryptocerus Emery (Hym. Formicidae)." Stud. Entomol. 10: 361-368.

    36. Kempf, W. W. (1973). "A new Zacryptocerus from Brazil, with remarks on the generic classification of the tribe Cephalotini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Stud. Entomol. 16: 449-462.

    37. Lenko, K. (1964). "Sobre um caso teratologico observado em Paracryptocerus pusillus (Klug) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Stud. Entomol. 7: 201-204.

    38. Olubajo, O., R. M. Duffield, et al.(1980). "4-Heptanone in the mandibular gland secretion of the Nearctic ant, Zacryptocerus varians (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 73: 93-94.

    39. Reiche, L. (1844). "Communication from M. Reiche, Oecodoma cephalotes Latr." Bull. Entomol. An. Soc. Entomol. France 2: 63-67.

    40. Roche, R. K. and D. E. Wheeler (1997). "Morphological specializations of the digestive tract of Zacryptocerus rohweri (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. Morphol. 234: 253-262.
      Light, scanning, and transmission electron microscopy are used to examine the morphology and ultrastructure of the peculiar digestive tract of the turtle ant, Zacryptocerus rohweri. The proventriculus is heavily sclerotized and covered with clusters of small spines. Narrow spine-lined channels converging at the opening to the midgut act as a fine filter of food; particles > 12.5 micrometers are unable to pass through the proventriculus. In the midgut, ultrastructural study reveals bacteria among the microvilli of midgut epithelial cells. The hindgut of Z. rohweri consists of an enlarged, dark-colored pouch filled with masses of bacteria of three major morphotypes. A thick layer of circular muscle and deep infoldings of the epithelium greatly increase surface area for absorption. Newly emerged individuals appear to acquire these microorganisms by soliciting material from the abdomen tip of other older workers in the colony. Whether or not the hindgut bacteria are true symbionts is unknown; their acquisition and presence suggest that they may supplement the ants' limited, liquid diet by supplying essential amino acids and other nutrients.

    41. Santschi, F. (1920). "Nouvelles fourmis du genre Cephalotes Latr." Bull. Soc. Entomol. Fr. 1920: 147-149.

    42. Smith, F. (1853 ("1854")). "Monograph of the genus Cryptocerus, belonging to the group Cryptoceridae - family Myrmicidae - division Hymenoptera Heterogyna." Trans. Entomol. Soc. London (2)2: 213-228.
      Cryptoceridae syn. of Cephalotini, Myrmicidae syn. of Myrmicinae

    43. Smith, F. (1876). "Descriptions of new species of Cryptoceridae, belonging to the genera Cryptocerus, Meranoplus, and Cataulacus." Trans. Entomol. Soc. London 1876: 603-612.

    44. Smith, M. R. (1947). "Ants of the genus Cryptocerus F., in the United States." Proc. Entomol. Soc. Washington 49: 29-40.

    45. Smith, M. R. (1949). "On the status of Cryptocerus Latreille and Cephalotes Latreille (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 56: 18-21.

    46. Snelling, R. R. (1966). "The female of Eucryptocerus placidus (F. Smith) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Bull. South. Calif. Acad. Sci. 65: 37-40.

    47. Snelling, R. R. (1968). "Taxonomic notes on some Mexican cephalotine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Contr. Sci. (Los Angel.) 132: 1-10.
      Procryptocerus scabriusculus Emery. Cryptocerus insularis Wheeler, previously known only from the lost holotype, is recharacterized and its relationship to C. rohweri Wheeleri and C. wheeleri Forel is discussed. Soldiers and workers of all three are figured and a key is given for their separation. pdf-

    48. Snelling, R. R. (1999). [Untitled. Cephalotes chacmul Snelling new species.], p. 611-615 in: De Andrade, M.L. & Baroni Urbani, C., Diversity and adaptation in the ant genus Cephalotes past and present, Stuttg. Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B (Geol. Paleontol.) 271: 1-889.

    49. Snelling, R. R. (1999). [Untitled. Cephalotes kukulcan Snelling new species.], Pp. 402-410 in: De Andrade, M.L. & Baroni Urbani, C., Diversity and adaptation in the ant genus Cephalotes past and present, Stuttg. Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B (Geol. Palontol.) 271: 1-889.

    50. Vierbergen, G. and J. Scheven (1995). "Nine new species and a new genus of Dominican amber ants of the tribe (Cephalotini Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Creat. Res. Soc. Q. 32: 158-170.

    51. Weber, N. A. (1958 ("1957")). "The nest of an anomalous colony of the arboreal ant Cephalotes atratus." Psyche 64: 60-69.

    52. Wheeler, D. E. (1985 ("1984")). "Behavior of the ant, Procryptocerus scabriusculus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), with comparisons to other cephalotines." Psyche 91: 171-192.

    53. Wheeler, D. E., and B. Hoelldobler. (1985). Cryptic phragmosis: the structural modifications. Psyche 92:337-353.

    54. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1954). "The ant larvae of the myrmicine tribes Cataulacini and Cephalotini." J. Wash. Acad. Sci. 44: 149-157.

    55. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1986). "Supplementary studies on ant larvae: Myrmicinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 94: 489-499.
      6 Acromyrmex, Orectognathus, Oxyopomyrmex, Procryptocerus, Rogeria Zacryptocerus: Oxyopomyrmex .

    56. Wheeler, W. M. (1942). Studies of neotropical ant-plants and their ants. Bul. Mus. Comp. Zool., Harvard 90:1-262.

    57. Wilson, E. O. (1976). "A social ethogram of the Neotropical arboreal ant Zacryptocerus varians (Fr. Smith)." Anim. Behav. 24: 354-363.

    58. Yurman, D. and M. G. Dominguezbello (1993). "Bacteria present in the gut of two neotropical cephalotini ant, Cephalotes atratus and Zacryptocerus cf. pusillus." Folio Microbiol. Praha 38: 515-518.



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