Mycetosoritis Wheeler, 1907 valid masculine
Mycetosoritis Wheeler, 1907d: 714 [as subgenus of Atta] Type-species: Atta hartmanni (obsolete combination of Mycetosoritis hartmanni), by monotypy.
Obsolete classifications
Genus Mycetosoritis catalogues

Smith, 1951c: 830 (North America); Kempf, 1972b: 146; Smith, 1979: 1410 (North America); Bolton, 1995b: 269.

Genus Mycetosoritis references

Bolton, 1994: 105 (synoptic classification); Bolton, 1995a: 1050 (census); Baccaro et al., 2015: 240 (genus in Brazil); Cantone, 2017: 214 (brief male diagnosis); Mueller et al., 2023: 1 (Mycetosoritis hartmanni life history, nest architecture).


Sosa-Calvo et al., 2017: 8: set gender to masculine: "Because there is thus no indication of gender in the original description of Mycetosoritis, Section of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature applies, requiring the use of the masculine gender for genus-group names with endings of ambiguous gender for which the author did not indicate the gender either explicitly or via a clear adjectival species-group name."