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Acanthoponera mucronata (Roger, 1860) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), first record in Peru and Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, with description of its male*

@inproceedings{Ketterl2004AcanthoponeraM,
  title={Acanthoponera mucronata (Roger, 1860) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), first record in Peru and Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, with description of its male*},
  author={Jochen Ketterl and Manfred Verhaagh},
  year={2004}
}
KETTERL J, VERHAAGH M. 2004. Acanthoponera mucronata (Roger, 1860) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), first record in Peru and Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, with description of its male. Rev. per. Ent. 44.The male of Acanthoponera mucronata is described. This represents the first detailed description of a male in this genus. It is also the first record of A. mucronata in Peru and Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The male possesses tarsal claws with a prominent basal lobe as a typical character of Acanthoponera… Expand
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