Anochetus Mayr, 1861 valid masculine
Anochetus Mayr, 1861: 53 Type-species: Odontomachus ghilianii (obsolete combination of Anochetus ghilianii), by monotypy.
  • Anochetus in Formicidae, Odontomachidae: Mayr, 1862: 712; Mayr, 1865: 11.
  • Anochetus in Odontomachidae: Ashmead, 1905c: 382.
  • Anochetus in Ponerinae: Mayr, 1861: 53 [Poneridae]; Emery & Forel, 1879: 455 [Poneridae]; Dalla Torre, 1893: 47.
  • Anochetus in Ponerinae, Odontomachini: Forel, 1893b: 163; Emery, 1895l: 768; Forel, 1899b: 18; Wheeler, 1910a: 136; Emery, 1911e: 106; Arnold, 1915: 103; Forel, 1917: 238; Gallardo, 1918c: 89; Wheeler, 1922: 653; Donisthorpe, 1943g: 623; Chapman & Capco, 1951: 31; Wilson, 1959c: 483; Wheeler & Wheeler, 1985b: 256; Dlussky & Fedoseeva, 1988: 78; Hölldobler & Wilson, 1990: 11; Jaffe, 1993: 8.
  • Anochetus in Ponerinae, Ponerini: Brown, 1976a: 71; Brown, 1978c: 550 [subtribe Odontomachiti]; Bolton, 1994: 164; Bolton, 2003: 159.
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Genus Anochetus references

Roger, 1863b: 21, 22 (catalogue); Mayr, 1863a: 394, 454 (catalogue); Mayr, 1865: 11 (Anochetus, Stenomyrmex diagnoses); André, 1882c: 230 (Europe & Algeria species); Emery, 1884: 378 (all species key); Dalla Torre, 1893: 47 (catalogue); Emery, 1894d: 185 (Neotropical species key); Forel, 1900d: 58 (India & Sri Lanka species key); Bingham, 1903: 39 (India, Sri Lanka & Burma species key); Emery, 1911e: 107 (diagnosis, catalogue); Arnold, 1915: 103 (South Africa species key); Gallardo, 1918c: 90 (Argentina species key); Mann, 1919: 303 (New Guinea & Solomon Is species key); Wheeler, 1922: 96, 790, 1012 (diagnosis, Afrotropical, Malagasy catalogues); Wheeler, 1925a: 9 (Stenomyrmex species key); Chapman & Capco, 1951: 39 (Asia checklist); Wilson, 1959c: 503 (Melanesia & Moluccas species, revision, key); Kempf, 1964f: 244 (Anochetus (Stenomyrmex) species key); Kempf, 1972b: 20 (Neotropical catalogue); Brown, 1978c: 552, 565, 569, 571 (diagnosis & review of genus, Malesian species, Austral, Palaearctic, Afrotropical & Malagasy species, Neotropical species keys); Taylor & Brown, 1985: 20 (Australia catalogue); Taylor, 1987a: 7 (Australia checklist); Terayama, 1989a: 26 (Taiwan species key); Brandão, 1991: 324 (Neotropical catalogue); Wang, 1993a: 226 (China species key); De Andrade, 1994c: 24 (Dominican Amber species key); Bolton, 1995a: 1048 (census); Bolton, 1995b: 63 (catalogue); Gronenberg & Ehmer, 1996: 183 (mandible morphology); Collingwood & Agosti, 1996: 309 (Saudi Arabia species key); Shattuck, 1999: 181 (Australia synopsis); Zhou, 2001a: 29 (China, Guangxi species key); Kugler & Ionescu, 2007: 298 (Mediterraean & Middle East species key); Fisher & Smith, 2008: 4 (Malagasy species revision, key); González-Campero & Elizalde, 2008: 98 (Argentina & Paraguay species key); Zabala, in Fernández, 2008a: 125 (Neotropical species key); Terayama, 2009: 117 (Taiwan species key); Shattuck & Slipinska, 2012: 5 (Australia species key); Bharti & Wachkoo, 2013a: 141 (India species key); Schmidt & Shattuck, 2014: 65 (diagnosis, synoptic description, distribution, ecology and behavior, phylogenetic and taxonomic considerations); Satria et al., 2017: 4 (rugosis group diagnosis, key); Cantone, 2017: 252 (brief male diagnosis); Leong et al., 2018: 128 (Taiwanese species key); Chen et al., 2019: 51 (Chinese species key); Fernández & Guerrero, 2019: 514 (Colombia species key).

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Extant: 115 valid species

Fossil: 8 valid species

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