The tribe of Pheidolini have a few distinguishing physical attributes: the promesonotum is domed, enlarged, and has a divided appearance. Also, the mesonotum is elongated posteriorly and the posterior portion is sloped.
- Anisopheidole Forel, 1914
- Aphaenogaster Mayr, 1853
- Chimaeridris Wilson, 1989
- Goniomma Emery, 1895
- Kartidris Bolton, 1991
- †Lonchomyrmex Mayr, 1867
- Lophomyrmex Emery, 1892
- Messor Forel, 1890
- Ocymyrmex Emery, 1886
- Oxyopomyrmex André, 1881
- †Paraphaenogaster Dlussky, 1981
- Pheidole Westwood, 1839
- Bolton, B. (2014). "Pheidolini". An online catalog of the ants of the world. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
- Tree of Life Web Project. 2004. Pheidolini. Version 22 March 2004 (temporary).
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