Microdaceton is an African genus of ants in the subfamily Myrmicinae. The genus consists of four species restricted to the Afrotropics. They nest in the leaf litter and seems to be faily common. However, little is known about their biology.
- Microdaceton exornatum Santschi, 1913
- Microdaceton tanyspinosum Bolton, 2000
- Microdaceton tibialis Weber, 1952
- Microdaceton viriosum Bolton, 2000
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