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Taxonomic History

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Oecodoma aspersa Smith, 1858a PDF: 185, pl. 10, fig. 17 (q.) BRAZIL. Neotropic. AntCat AntWiki HOL

Taxonomic history

Emery, 1905f: 49 (w.m.).
Combination in Atta: Roger, 1863b: 35; in Atta (Acromyrmex): Forel, 1893h PDF: 590; in Acromyrmex: Gallardo, 1916e PDF: 328.
Junior synonym of Acromyrmex octospinosa: Forel, 1893h PDF: 590.
Revived from synonymy: Emery, 1905f: 48.
Senior synonym of Acromyrmex affinis, Acromyrmex inquirens, Acromyrmex mesonotalis and material of the unavailable name Acromyrmex clarus referred here: Gonçalves, 1961 PDF: 132.
Current subspecies: nominal plus Acromyrmex aspersus fuhrmanni.
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Acromyrmex aspersus

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Acromyrmex aspersus is a species of New World ants of the subfamily Myrmicinae found in the wild naturally in southern Brazil and Peru. Commonly known as "leaf-cutter ants", they are a species of ants from one of the two genera of advanced fungus-growing ants within the tribe Attini.[1]

Subspecies

Acromyrmex aspersus contains these subspecies:

References

  1. ^ Bolton, B. 1995b. A new general catalogue of the ants of the world. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 504 pp.
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Acromyrmex aspersus: Brief Summary

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Acromyrmex aspersus is a species of New World ants of the subfamily Myrmicinae found in the wild naturally in southern Brazil and Peru. Commonly known as "leaf-cutter ants", they are a species of ants from one of the two genera of advanced fungus-growing ants within the tribe Attini.

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