DonisthorpeaMorice & Durrant, 1915junior synonym of current valid taxon Lasius
Donisthorpea Morice & Durrant, 1915Morice, F. D.; Durrant, J. H. 1915. The authorship and first publication of the "Jurinean" genera of Hymenoptera: being a reprint of a long-lost work by Panzer, with a translation into English, an introduction, and bibliographical and critical notes. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1914:339-436. [1915-02-27] PDFExternal_link: 423. Type-species: Formica nigra, by original designation. AntWeb AntWiki
[Unnecessary replacement name for Lasius Fabricius.]. Donisthorpea in Formicinae, Acanthomyopsini: Donisthorpe, 1943gDonisthorpe, H. 1943g. A list of the type-species of the genera and subgenera of the Formicidae. [part]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (11)10:617-688. [1943-09]External_link: 640; Donisthorpe, 1946bDonisthorpe, H. 1946b. Formicidae, Stephens (1829). Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 58:89-91. [1946-06-15]External_link: 91. Donisthorpea as genus: Morice & Durrant, 1915Morice, F. D.; Durrant, J. H. 1915. The authorship and first publication of the "Jurinean" genera of Hymenoptera: being a reprint of a long-lost work by Panzer, with a translation into English, an introduction, and bibliographical and critical notes. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1914:339-436. [1915-02-27] PDFExternal_link: 423; Donisthorpe, 1915fDonisthorpe, H. 1915f. British ants, their life-history and classification. Plymouth: Brendon & Son Ltd., xv + 379 pp. [1915]External_link: 184. Donisthorpea as subgenus of Formicina: Emery, 1916bEmery, C. 1916b. Formiche d'Italia nuove o critiche. Rendiconti delle Sessioni della Reale Accademia delle Scienze dell'Istituto di Bologna. Classe di Scienze Fisiche (n.s.)20:53-66. [1916]External_link: 11; Emery, 1916aEmery, C. 1916a ("1915"). Fauna entomologica italiana. I. Hymenoptera.-Formicidae. Bullettino della Società Entomologica Italiana 47:79-275. [1916-11-30] PDFExternal_link: 240. Donisthorpea as subgenus of Acanthomyops: Donisthorpe, 1927cDonisthorpe, H. 1927c. British ants, their life history and classification (2nd edn.). London: G. Routledge and Sons, xvi + 436 pp. [1927]External_link: 229; Donisthorpe, 1943gDonisthorpe, H. 1943g. A list of the type-species of the genera and subgenera of the Formicidae. [part]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (11)10:617-688. [1943-09]External_link: 640; Donisthorpe, 1946bDonisthorpe, H. 1946b. Formicidae, Stephens (1829). Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 58:89-91. [1946-06-15]External_link: 91. Donisthorpea as junior synonym of Acanthomyops: Forel, 1916Forel, A. 1916. Fourmis du Congo et d'autres provenances récoltées par MM. Hermann Kohl, Luja, Mayné, etc. Revue Suisse de Zoologie 24:397-460. [1916-04] PDFExternal_link: 460; Morice & Durrant, 1917Morice, F. D.; Durrant, J. H. 1917. Further notes on the "Jurinean" genera of Hymenoptera, correcting errors and omissions in a paper on that subject published in Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1914, pp. 339-436. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1916:432-442. [1917-09-29]External_link: 442; Donisthorpe, 1927cDonisthorpe, H. 1927c. British ants, their life history and classification (2nd edn.). London: G. Routledge and Sons, xvi + 436 pp. [1927]External_link: 209. Donisthorpea as junior synonym of Lasius: Wheeler, 1916oWheeler, W. M. 1916o. Questions of nomenclature connected with the ant genus Lasius and its subgenera. Psyche (Cambridge) 23:168-173. [1916-12] PDFExternal_link: 172; Emery, 1925dEmery, C. 1925d. Hymenoptera. Fam. Formicidae. Subfam. Formicinae. Genera Insectorum 183:1-302. [1925-12-31] PDFExternal_link: 226; Wilson, 1955aWilson, E. O. 1955a. A monographic revision of the ant genus Lasius. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 113:1-201. [1955-03] PDFExternal_link: 11. [Lasius and Donisthorpea share the same type-species; synonymy is therefore absolute.].
Genera
Acantholepis Euprenolepis Ovalicapito
Acropyga Eurytarsites Ovaligastrula
Acrostigma Forelophilus Overbeckia
Adformica Formica Paleosminthurus
Agraulomyrmex Formicina Paraformica
Alloformica Fushuniformica Paraparatrechina
Anacantholepis Gesomyrmex Paraplagiolepis
Andragnathus Gigantiops Paratrechina
Anoplolepis Glaphyromyrmex Petalomyrmex
Aphomomyrmex Hagiostigmacros Phasmomyrmex
Aporomyrmex Hincksidris Plagiolepis
Atopodon Huaxiaformica Polyergus
Bajcaridris Iberoformica Polyrhachis
Baroniurbania Imhoffia Prenolepis
Brachymyrmex Kyromyrma Prodimorphomyrmex
Bregmatomyrma Lasiophanes Proformica
Bryscha Lasius Prolasius
Calomyrmex Lepisiota Protoformica
Camponotites Leptogasteritus Protrechina
Camponotites Leucotaphus Pseudocamponotus
Camponotus Liaoformica Pseudolasius
Campostigmacros Longiformica Pseudonotoncus
Cataglyphis Machaeromyrma Pseudostigmacros
Cataglyphoides Magnogasterites Raptiformica
Chapmanella Malacomyrma Rhizomyrma
Chariostigmacros Melophorus Rhopalomyrmex
Chimaeromyrma Mesanoplolepis Rossomyrmex
Cladomyrma Mesoxena Santschiella
Conoformica Monocombus Serviformica
Coptoformica Myrmecocystus Shanwangella
Curtipalpulus Myrmecopsis Sicilomyrmex
Cyrtostigmacros Myrmecorhynchus Sinoformica
Decamera Myrmelachista Sinotenuicapito
Dimorphomyrmex Myrmoteras Stigmacros
Diodontolepis Neaphomus Tapinolepis
Donisthorpea Neoformica Teratomyrmex
Drymomyrmex Nesolasius Trichomelophorus
Echinopla Notoncus Tylolasius
Endiodioctes Notostigma Wilsonia
Eoleptocerites Nylanderia Zatania
Eomonocombus Oecophylla Zealleyella
Eremnocystus Opisthopsis
Erimelophorus Orbicapitia
Species

†fossil valid synonym subspecies unidentifiable/excluded from Formicidae unavailable/nomen nudum homonym original combination View full key