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Genus Anergates HNS Forel, 1874
Anergates HNS Forel, 1874:32
Type-species: Myrmica atratula Schenck HNS , 1852.
This worker-less parasite genus contains one species only found locally throughout Eurosiberia and in some eastern states of North America.
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петя спасова commented on "Anergates atratulus (Schenck, 1852)":
interesting ant that is local to europe but it was introduced to north america.
over 2 years ago
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