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    Pyramica 34 ( 4 ), : Smithistruma - 143 (21) Trichoscapa - 67 (2). : Asketogenys 5 ( 1), Chelystruma - 10, Cladarogenys - 7 (2), Codiomyrmex - 18, Codioxenus - 11, Dorisidris - 13, Dysedrognathus - 5, Epitritus, Glamyromyrmex - 21 (2), Gymnomyrmex - 12 (2), Kyidris - 23 (3), Neostruma - 23 (1), Pentastruma - 11 (1), Serrastruma - 33 (12), Tingimyrmex - 10 , Formis-2003, 2 : Brown W. L., Jr. (1950) Dejean A. (1982).


    1. . ., . . (1991). Dacetini (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) // . . 1991. . 70, 2. . 149 152.
      , 3 1 . Strumigenys ( ).

    2. . . (1993). (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) , . 2. Dacetini // . . 1993. . 72, 6. . 52 65.

    3. Baroni Urbani, C. and M. L. De Andrade. (1994). Firs description of fossil Dacetini ants with a critical analysis of the current classification of the tribe. (Amber Collection Stuttgart: Hymenoptera, Formicidae. VI: Dacetini.) Stuttgarter Beitrage zur Naturkunde Serie B (Geologie und Palaontologie) 198: 1-65.
      Strumigenys schleeorum Baroni Urbani n. sp., Pp. 35-38. Acanthognathus poinari, Strumigenys electrina, Strumigenys ohioensis, Strumigenys schleeorum.

    4. Baroni Urbani, C. (1998). "Strumigenys bauderi (Emery): espece nouvelle pour la Suisse (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Mitt. Schweiz. Entomol. Ges. 71: 163-164.
      *[A swiss record of Epitritus argiolus actually refers to Strumigenys baudueri.] Correction of Borcard et al. 1997.

    5. Borcard, Y., D. Borcard, et al. (1997). "Epitritus argiolus Emery, 1869 (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) dans une prairie maigre du Jura." Mitt. Schweiz. Entomol. Ges. 70: 265-269.
      = Epitritus argiolus Emery, 1869 (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in a calcareous grassland of the Swiss Jura mountains. see Baroni Urbani 1998 for correct identification.

    6. Bolton, B. (1983). "The Afrotropical dacetine ants (Formicidae)." Bull. Br. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) Entomol. 46: 267-416.

    7. Bolton, B. (1998). "Monophyly of the dacetonine tribe-group and its component tribes (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Bull. Nat. Hist. Mus. Entomol. Ser. 67: 65-78.
      pdf-

    8. Bolton, B. (1999). "Ant genera of the tribe Dacetonini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." J. Nat. Hist. 33: 1639-1689.
      *[Asketogenys, Chelystruma, Cladarogenys, Codiomyrmex, Codioxenus, Dorisidris, Dysedrognathus, Epitritus, Glamyromyrmex, Gymnomyrmex, Kyidris, Neostruma, Pentastruma, Serrastruma, Smithistruma, Tingimyrmex, and Trichoscapa synonymized with Pyramica.] *[Dacetini is emended spelling for Dacetonini, Bolton, 1995]

    9. Bolton, B. (2000). "The ant tribe Dacetini." Mem. Am. Entomol. Inst. 65: 1-1028.
      With a revision of the Strumigenys species of the Malagasy Region by Brian L. Fisher, and a revision of the Austral epopostrumiform genera by Steven O. Shattuck.

    10. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1948). "A preliminary generic revision of the higher Dacetini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 74: 101-129.

    11. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1949). "Revision of the ant tribe Dacetini. I. Fauna of Japan, China and Taiwan." Mushi 20: 1-25.

    12. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1949). "Revision of the ant tribe Dacetini: III. Epitritus Emery and Quadristruma new genus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 75: 43-51.

    13. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1949). "Revision of the ant tribe Dacetini: IV. Some genera properly excluded from the Dacetini, with the establishment of the Basicerotini new tribe." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 75: 83-96.

    14. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1950). "Preliminary descriptions of seven new species of the dacetine ant genus Smithistruma Brown." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 76: 37-45.

    15. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1950). "Revision of the ant tribe Dacetini: II. Glamyromyrmex Wheeler and closely related small genera." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 76: 27-36.

    16. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1950). "Revision of the ant tribe Dacetini: V. The delimitation of Arnoldidris new genus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 76: 143-145.

    17. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1950). Revisionary studies in the ant tribe Dacetini, Ph.D. dissert., Harvard University, 376 p.

    18. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1952). "Revision of the ant genus Serrastruma." Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 107: 67-86.

    19. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1953). "Revisionary studies in the ant tribe Dacetini." Am. Midl. Nat. 50: 1-137.

    20. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1959). "A revision of the dacetine ant genus Neostruma." Breviora 107: 1-13.

    21. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1964). "The ant genus Smithistruma: a first supplement to the World revision (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc. 89: 183-200.

    22. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1972). "Asketogenys acubecca, a new genus and species of dacetine ants from Malaya (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 79: 23-26.
      Asketogenys acubecca, Malaya. pdf-

    23. Brown, W. L., Jr. (1995 ("1994")). "Trichoscapa karawajewi and its synonyms (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 101: 219-220.

    24. Brown, W. L., Jr. and R. G. Boisvert (1979 ("1978")). "The dacetine ant genus Pentastruma (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Psyche 85: 201-207.
      Pentastruma canina, Pentastruma sauteri, Asia, Japan, Taiwan

    25. Brown, W. L., Jr. and E. O. Wilson (1959). "The evolution of the dacetine ants." Q. Rev. Biol. 34: 278-294.
      pdf-

    26. Choi, B. M. (1995). "Taxonomic study on ants (tribe: Dacetini) in Korea. [In Korean]." Korean J. Entomol. 25: 189-196.

    27. De Andrade, M. L. (1994). [Untitled. Descriptions of new taxa: Rhopalothrix inopinata de Andrade n. sp.; Strumigenys nepalensis de Andrade n. sp.; Strumigenys assamensis de Andrade n. sp.], Pp. 54-64 in: Baroni Urbani, C., De Andrade, M.L. First description of fossil Dacetini ants with a critical analysis of the current classification of the tribe (Amber Collection Stuttgart: Hymenoptera, Formicidae. VI: Dacetini). Stuttg. Beitr. Naturkd. Ser. B (Geol. Paleontol.) 198:1-65.

    28. Dejean, A. (1980). "Le comportement de predation de Serrastruma serrula Santschi (Formicidae, Myrmicinae). I. Capacite de detection des ouvrieres, analyse des phases comportementales." Ann. Sci. Nat. Zool. Biol. Anim. 2: 131-143.
      = Predation behavior analysis of Serrastruma serrula Santschi (Formicidae, Myrmicinae). I. Detection possibilities of the workers, behavior phasic analysis.

    29. Dejean, A. (1980). "Le comportement de predation de Serrastruma serrula Santschi (Formicidae, Myrmicinae). II. Analyse sequentille." Ann. Sci. Nat. Zool. Biol. Anim. 2: 145-150.
      = Predation behaviour of Serrastruma serrula Santschi (Formicidae, Myrmicinae). II. Sequential analysis.

    30. Dejean, A. (1982). Quelques aspects de la predation chez des fourmis de la tribu des Dacetini (Formicidae--Myrmicinae), Ph.D. diss., Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse. 263 p.

    31. Dejean, A. (1982). "Etude eco-ethologique de la predation chez les fourmis du genre Smithistruma (Formicidae-Myrmicinae-tribu des dacetini). I. Effets du milieu sur le choix des proies chez Smithistruma truncatidens Brown." Insect Sci. Appl. 3: 245-249.
      = Eco-ethological study of predation by ants of the genus Smithistruma (Formicidae-Myrmicinae-tribe Dacetini). I. Effects of the habitat on the prey choice by Smithistruma truncatidens Brown

    32. Dejean, A. (1985). "Etude eco-ethologique de la predation chez les fourmis du genre Smithistruma (Formicidae, Myrmicinae, Dacetini). III. La capture des proies chez S. emarginata." Insect. Soc. 32: 241-256.
      = Eco-ethological study of predation by the ant genus Smithistruma (Formicidae, Myrmicinae, Dacetini). III. Prey capture by S. emarginata.

    33. Dejean, A.(1985). "Etude eco-ethologique de la predation chez les fourmis du genre Smithistruma (Formicidae, Myrmicinae, Dacetini). IV. Le polyethisme chez S. truncatidens." Insect. Soc. 32: 389-402.
      = Ecoethological study of predation in the ant genus Smithistruma (Formicidae-Myrmicinae, Dacetini). IV. The polyethism in Smithistruma truncatidens

    34. Dejean, A. (1985). "Etude eco-ethologique de la predation chez les fourmis du genre Smithistruma (Formicidae - Myrmicinae - Dacetini). II. Attraction des proies principales (collemboles)." Insect. Soc. 32: 158-172.
      = An ecoethological study of predation in the ant genus Smithistruma (Formicidae : Myrimicinae, Dacetini). II. Attraction of the principal prey (Collembola).

    35. Dejean, A. (1987). "Behavioral plasticity of hunting workers of Serrastruma serrula (Hymenoptera: Formicidae, Myrmicinae) presented with different arthropods." Sociobiology 13: 191-208.

    36. Dejean, A. (1987). "Effect of prey size on predatory behavior of Serrastruma serrula (Hymenoptera: Formicidae, Myrmicinae)." Sociobiology 1987: 295-306.

    37. Dejean, A. (1987). "Effect of starvation on the predatory behavior of Serrastruma serrula workers (Formicidae - Myrmicinae)." Sociobiology 13: 119-132.

    38. Dejean, A. (1988). "Failure as an effective stimulus of a reserve behavior which allows the capture of alternative prey by Serrastruma serrula workers (Formicidae, Myrmicinae)." Sociobiology 14: 325-339.

    39. Dejean, A.(1988 ("1987")). "New cases of archaic foundation of societies in Myrmicinae (Formicidae): study of prey capture by queens of Dacetini." Insect. Soc. 34: 211-221.

    40. Dejean, A. (1988). "Determination of the hunting strategy in the genus Smithistruma by the kind of prey." Behav. Process. 16: 111-125.

    41. Dejean, A. (1990). "Comparative study of colony reproductive cycle in dacetine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Sociobiology 17: 259-270.

    42. Dejean, A. (1991). "Gathering of nectar and exploitation of Aphididae by Smithistruma emarginata (Formicidae: Myrmicinae)." Biotropica 23: 207-208.

    43. Dejean, A. and S. Benhamou (1993). "Orientation and foraging movements in a patchy environment by the ant Serrastruma lujae (Formicidae-Myrmicinae)." Behav. Process. 30: 233-243.

    44. Deyrup, M. (1997). "Dacetine ants of the Bahamas (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Bahamas J. Sci. 5: 2-6.
      , . Dorisidris nitens, Quadristruma emmae, Smithistruma margaritae, Smithistruma nigrescens, Strumigenys eggersi, Strumigenys gundlachi, Strumigenys lanuginosa, Strumigenys louisianae, Strumigenys rogeri, Strumigenys silvestrii, Trichoscapa membranifera, North America, Andros island, Bahama Islands, Bimini, Long Island, Nassau, New Providence, North Andros, San Salvador, South Bimini, Staniard Creek.

    45. Deyrup, M. (1998). "Smithistruma memorialis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), a new species of ant from Kentucky Cumberland plateau." Entomol. News 109: 81-87.

    46. Deyrup, M. and S. Cover (1998). "Two new species of Smithistruma brown (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Florida." Proc. Entomol. Soc. Washington 100: 214-221.

    47. Deyrup, M. and D. Lubertazzi (2001). "A new species of ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from north Florida." Entomol. News 112: 15-21.

    48. Kempf, W. W.(1958). "The ants of the tribe Dacetini in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, with the description of a new species of Strumigenys. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Stud. Entomol. (n.s.)1: 553-560.

    49. Kempf, W. W. (1959). "Two new species of Gymnomyrmex Borgmeier, 1954 from southern Brazil, with remarks on the genus (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Rev. Brasil. Biol. 19: 337-344.

    50. Lattke, J. E. (1992). "Trichoscapa inusitata n. sp., a remarkable dacetine ant from the Orinoco watershed (Hymenoptera Formicidae)." Trop. Zool. 5: 141-144.

    51. Masuko, K. (1985 ("1984")). "Studies on the predatory biology of oriental dacetine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). I. Some Japanese species of Strumigenys, Pentastruma, and Epitritus, and a Malaysian Labidogenys, with special reference to hunting tactics in short-mandibulate forms." Insect. Soc. 31: 429-451.
      The predatory behavior and prey preferences of 6 species of Oriental dacetine ants of subtribe Strumigeniti are reviewed. Three species of typically long-mandibulate Strumigenys are polyphagous. Pentastruma canina, a typically short-mandibulate form, preys exclusively on Collembola. Its behavior involves time-consuming stalking, and specialized seizure of prey, in the vicinity of the mouthparts. Labidogenys sp., which is placed among the long-mandibulate strumigenite species, but has relatively short mandibles, exhibits hunting behavior intermediate between those of typically long- and short-mandibulate forms. A subterranean species Epitritus hexamerus, preys especially upon small long-bodied soil arthropods, such as Diplura and Chilopoda. Foragers of the short-mandibulate group, and of Labidogenys sp., have peculiar body- smearing behavior, in which they soil their bodies with organic substances obtained from the environment. this behavior perhaps assists the ants in their stealthy approach to prey, by contribution to olfactory deception.

    52. Masuko, K. (1985). "Number of queens in Japanese dacetine ants and lestobiosis between Smithistruma incerta and Cryptopone sauteri. [in Japanese]." Ari 13: 1.

    53. Ogata, K. and K. Onoyama (1998). "A revision of the ant genus Smithistruma Brown of Japan, with descriptions of four new species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Entomol. Sci. 1: 277-287.
      4 : S. circothrix, S. hiroshimensis, S. masukoi, & S. morisitai are n.sp. Smithistruma is a syn. of Pyramica.

    54. Perrault, G. H. (1986). "Gymnomyrmex villiersi, nouvelle espece de Guyane (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Rev. Fr. Entomol. (Nouv. Ser.) 8: 1-4.
      Gymnomyrmex villiersi, new species (French Guiana)

    55. Smith, F. (1860). "Descriptions of new genera and species of exotic Hymenoptera." J. Entomol. 1: 65-84. Ants pp. 65-79.
      Strumigenys

    56. Smith, M. R. (1944). "A second species of Glamyromyrmex Wheeler (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Proc. Entomol. Soc. Washington 46: 254-256.

    57. Taylor, R. W. (1962). "New Australian dacetine ants of the genera Mesostruma Brown and Codiomyrmex Wheeler (Hymenoptera-Formicidae)." Breviora 152: 1-10.

    58. Taylor, R. W. (1966 ("1965")). "A second African species of the dacetine ant genus Codiomyrmex." Psyche 72: 225-228.

    59. Terayama, M. and S. Kubota (1989). "The ant tribe Dacetini (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) of Taiwan, with descriptions of three new species." Jpn. J. Entomol. 57: 778-792.
      Epitritus hexamerus, Kyidris mutica, Pentastruma sauteri, Quadristruma emmae, Smithistruma elegantula, Smithistruma leptothrix, Strumigenys formosensis, Strumigenys liukueiensis, Strumigenys minutula, Strumigenys solifontis, Trichoscapa membranifera

    60. Terayama, M., C. C. Lin, et Wu, W.J. (1995). "The ant genera Epitritus and Kyidris from Taiwan (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)." Proc. Jpn. Soc. Syst. Zool. 53: 85-89.

    61. Terayama, M., C. C. Lin, et Wu W.W. (1996). "Taiwanese species of the ant genus Smithistruma (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)." Jpn. J. Entomol. 64: 327-339.
      Smithistruma benten, Smithistruma elegantula, Smithistruma formosimonticola, Smithistruma japonica, Smithistruma kichijo, Smithistruma leptothrix, Smithistruma mazu. *[Smithistruma =Pyramica.] pdf-

    62. Wesson, L. G. and R. G. Wesson (1939). "Notes on Strumigenys from southern Ohio, with descriptions of six new species." Psyche 46: 91-112.

    63. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1955 ("1954")). "The ant larvae of the myrmicine tribes Basicerotini and Dacetini." Psyche 61: 111-145.

    64. Wheeler, G. C. and J. Wheeler (1973). "The ant larvae of the tribes Basicerotini and Dacetini: second supplement (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae)." Pan Pac. Entomol. 49: 207-214.

    65. Wilson, E. O. and W. L. Brown, Jr. (1956). "New parasitic ants of the genus Kyidris, with notes on ecology and behavior." Insect. Soc. 3: 439-454.



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