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Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Burmese Amber
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Ants (Insecta: Vespida: Formicidae) in the upper Eocene amber of central and Eastern Europe
A total of 5754 ant inclusions from 13 European collections of Baltic, Bitterfeld, Rovno, and Scandinavian ambers are studied and identified as belonging to 147 species, 57 genera, and 9 subfamilies.Expand
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Ants and the fossil record.
The dominance of ants in the terrestrial biosphere has few equals among animals today, but this was not always the case. The oldest ants appear in the fossil record 100 million years ago, but givenExpand
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Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Formation Green River and some other Middle Eocene deposits of North America
Middle Eocene ants collected in Green River, Kishenehn and Klondike Mountain Formations in western North America are reviewed. 18 species and 12 genera (7 formal ones) are recorded, 6 genera and 15Expand
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The ant subfamilies Ponerinae, Cerapachyinae, and Pseudomyrmecinae (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in the Late Eocene ambers of Europe
The ant subfamilies Ponerinae, Cerapachyinae and Pseudomyrmecinae are revised in the Baltic, Bitterfeld, Rovno, and Scandinavian ambers of the Late Eocene age. Thirteen new species are described:Expand
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Ants of the tribe Formicini (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) from Late Eocene amber of Europe
The tribe Formicini (Formicinae) from the Late Eocene Baltic, Bitterfeld, Rovno, and Scandinavian ambers is revised. Ants are recorded for the first time from the Bitterfeld and Scandinavian ambers.Expand
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The wasps, bees and ants (Insecta: Vespida=Hymenoptera) from the Insect Limestone (Late Eocene) of the Isle of Wight, UK
The types and undescribed material of the hymenopteran fossils of the Insect Bed of the Bembridge Marls from the Isle of Wight (UK) are critically revised and studied. A total of 1460 fossils areExpand
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