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Taxonomy for Anochetus mayri (Emery, 1884)
Class
Insecta (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insects) - Systematics
 2680 families, 140885 genera, 1879502 species
Tree
Subclass
Pterygota (Lang, 1888) (Winged insects)
 2543 families, 136697 genera, 1874857 species
Tree
Infraclass
Neoptera (Van Der Wulp, 1890) (Wing-folding insects)
 2226 families, 134478 genera, 1856979 species
Tree
Superorder
Holometabola (Heider, 1889) (Holometabolous Insects)
 1216 families, 102024 genera, 1593949 species
Tree
Order
Hymenoptera (Linnaeus, 1758) (Wasps) - Systematics
 198 families, 13904 genera, 255130 species
Tree
Suborder
Apocrita (Gerstaecker, 1867) (True wasps)
 154 families, 12865 genera, 245517 species
Tree
Infraorder
Aculeata (Latreille, 1802) (Stinging wasps)
 59 families, 4515 genera, 121481 species
Tree
Superfamily
Formicoidea (Latreille, 1802) (Ants)
 5 families, 1482 genera, 51761 species
Tree
Family
Formicidae (Latreille, 1809) (Ants) - Systematics
 1482 genera, 51761 species
Site
Tree
Subfamily
Ponerinae (Lepeletier, 1835)
 157 genera, 4929 species
Tree
Tribe
Ponerini (Lepeletier, 1835)
 83 genera, 4294 species
Tree
Genus
Anochetus (Mayr, 1861)
 253 species and subspecies in 195 Species and 1 Subgenus
Tree
Species
mayri (Emery, 1884)
 6 subspecies
Tree
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Anochetus mayri
Subspecies6
AuthorEmery, 1884
Distribution
Continents:

America
South America
Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, French Guiana, Peru, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname
North America
Mexico, USA
Central America
Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras
Caribbean
Caribbean islands (Antilles (Greater Antilles (Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, Hispaniola), Lesser Antilles (Windward Islands (Dominica, Martinique, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines), Leeward Islands (Guadeloupe, Virgin Islands (British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands), Montserrat), Saint Lucia)), Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Kitts and Nevis)
Eurasia
Europe
West Europe (France)


Ecozones: Nearctic, Neotropical

CountriesAntigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, USA, Venezuela
Distr. infoWorldwide
Links and ReferencesAnochetus mayri in itis.gov
Anochetus mayri in Antwiki (English)
Anochetus mayri in Antweb (English)
Anochetus mayri in Antcat (English)
Subspecies    Anochetus mayri australis (Emery, 1894)
Subspecies    Anochetus mayri laevior (Emery, 1884)
Subspecies    Anochetus mayri laeviusculus (Wheeler, 1911)
Subspecies    Anochetus mayri neglecta (Emery, 1894)
Subspecies    Anochetus mayri neglectus (Emery, 1894)
Subspecies    Anochetus mayri nobilis (Emery, 1894)

Anochetus mayri
Taxonomy
ClassInsecta
Insects, True insects
SubclassPterygota
Winged insects
InfraclassNeoptera
Wing-folding insects
SuperorderHolometabola
Holometabolous Insects
OrderHymenoptera
Wasps, Bees, Ants, Sawflies, Ants and wasps
SuborderApocrita
True wasps, Bees, Ants, Narrow-waisted hymenopterans, Parasitic wasps, Wasps
InfraorderAculeata
Stinging wasps
SuperfamilyFormicoidea
Ants
FamilyFormicidae
Ants
SubfamilyPonerinae
TribePonerini
GenusAnochetus
Anochetus mayri
AuthorEmery, 1884
 
Subspecies
Anochetus mayri australis
Anochetus mayri laevior
Anochetus mayri laeviusculus
Anochetus mayri neglecta
Anochetus mayri neglectus
Anochetus mayri nobilis

Keywords
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