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Review of the ant genus Technomyrmex Mayr, 1872 in the Arabian Peninsula (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)

Mostafa R. Sharaf et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY 4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in

Review of the ant genus Nesomyrmex Wheeler, 1910 (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Myrmicinae) from the Arabian Peninsula

Neotropical, Afrotropical, and Malagasy Regions. With currently 80 valid species, the genus is comparatively species-rich (Bolton 2017) . Copyright Mostafa R. Sharaf et al.This is an open access article

First Record of the Myrmicine Ant Genus Meranoplus Smith, 1853 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from the Arabian Peninsula with Description of a New Species and Notes on the Zoogeography of Southwestern Kingdom Saudi Arabia

Southwestern Kingdom Saudi Arabia Mostafa R. Sharaf 0 Hathal M. Al Dhafer 0 Abdulrahman S. Aldawood 0 Ulrike Gertrud Munderloh, University of Minnesota, United States of America 0 Plant Protection Department

Ants of the Genus Solenopsis Westwood 1840 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the Arabian Peninsula with Description of a New Species, Solenopsis elhawagryi

Species, Solenopsis elhawagryi Mostafa R. Sharaf 0 Abdulrahman S. Aldawood 0 Wulfila Gronenberg, University of Arizona, United States of America 0 Plant Protection Department, College of Food and ... , 46u379E, 9.VII.2009, 612 m (Mostafa R. Sharaf & Abdulrahman S. Aldawood) (KSMA) [examined]. Two paratype workers with same data as the holotype (KSMA) [examined]. 117 paratype workers, SAUDI ARABIA: Riyadh

A New Ant Species of the Genus Tetramorium Mayr, 1855 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Saudi Arabia, with a Revised Key to the Arabian Species

Tetramorium amalae sp. n. is described and illustrated from Saudi Arabia based on two worker caste specimens collected in Al Bahah region. The new species belongs to the T. shilohense group and appears to be closely related to T. dysderke Bolton from Nigeria. T. amalae is distinguished by having well-developed frontal carinae, smaller eyes, greater head length and width, greater...