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Catalogue raisonne des formicides provenant du Voyage en Orient de M. Abeille de Perrin et description des especes nouvelles.

  title={Catalogue raisonne des formicides provenant du Voyage en Orient de M. Abeille de Perrin et description des especes nouvelles.},
  author={E. Andr{\'e} and Norm Johnson and Joe Cora},

Monomorium (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Arabian Peninsula with description of two new species, M. heggyi sp. n. and M. khalidi sp. n.

The majority of Arabian Monomorium species (24) are endemic to the peninsula, and all except one of the remaining species are more broadly ranging Afrotropical and Palearctic species, supporting the view of Arabia as a biogeographical crossroads between these two regions.

Taxonomic review of the Cataglyphis livida complex (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), with a description of a new species from Iran

The species is characterized by small body size and yellow to yellowish red body coloration with distinctly infuscated legs and the taxonomic status of all known members of the Cataglyphis livida complex is updated.

Impact of host demography and evolutionary history on endosymbiont molecular evolution: A test in carpenter ants (genus Camponotus) and their Blochmannia endosymbionts

It is found that Blochmannia genes have evolved at a pace ~30× faster than that of their hosts' molecular evolution and that these rates are positively associated with host rates of molecular evolution.

A Preliminary Synopsis of the Ant Fauna (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Qatar with Remarks on the Zoogeography

Preliminary analysis of the zoogeography of Qatar's ants reveals the remarkable predominance of Palearctic faunal elements (13 species/ ∼57%), followed by minor proportions of Afrotropical and Indomalayan species, while the five invasive species reflect human impacts on the country.

Notes on Cataglyphis Foerster, 1850 of the bicolor species-group in Israel, with description of a new species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

five species of Cataglyphis belonging to the bicolor species-group are recorded from Israel, including a new species, C . israelensis n. sp. the relationships of the new species with other bicolor

Review of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Jordan

An updated checklist of ant species known from Jordan is presented, which lists 58 species and 26 morphospecies identified to genus or species group level and lists doubtful records of ten taxa.

Additions to the Ant Fauna of Turkey (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)

Based on material collected between the years 1988-2015 numerous new province and country records of ants from Turkey are given, which showed that the ant fauna of Turkey is represented currently with 362 taxa.

Review of the Camponotus kiesenwetteri group (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in the Aegean with the description of a new species

The Camponotus kiesenwetteri group is redefined, and its members known from the Aegean region are diagnosed, and a key to workers of species of the C. kiesanwettero group is provided.

Taxonomic Revision of the Cretan Fauna of the Genus Temnothorax Mayr, 1861 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), with Notes on the Endemism of Ant Fauna of Crete

This work revise the Cretan species of the ant genus Temnothorax Mayr, 1861, and provides a checklist of ant species described from Crete, including seven new species which are possiblyendemic to Crete.