Azteca alpha est exstincta formicarum subfamiliae Dolichoderinarum species, in fossilibus fortasse miocaenis[1] in Hispaniola inventis. Quae est una e duabus speciebus generis Aztecae a fossilibus descriptae, ambabus in electro Dominicano inventis.[2] Hospes est cuiusdam nematodi fossilis, et cum coccoideis conservata est.[3][4][5]

Operarius cum Formicodiplogastro myrmenema parvo

Classis : Insecta 
Ordo : Hymenoptera 
Familia : Formicidae 
Subfamilia : Dolichoderinae 
Tribus : Leptomyrmecini 
Genus : Azteca 
Species : Azteca alpha 
Eduardus O. Wilson, 1985
   
Palaeontologia
Burdigalian
Despectus in dorsum.

Notae recensere

  1. Poinar et Heiss 2011.
  2. Wilson 1985.
  3. Johnson et al. 2001.
  4. Poinar 2011.
  5. Poinar 2012.

Bibliographia recensere

  • AntWeb. 2013. "Genus: Azteca." AntWeb, accessum 21 Septembris 2013. Editio interretialis.
  • Johnson, C., D. Agosti, J. H. Delabie, K. Dumpert, D.J. Williams, M. Von Tschirnhaus, et M. Maschwitz. 2001. "Acropyga and Azteca Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) with scale Insects (Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea): 20 Million Years of Intimate Symbiosis." American Museum Novitates 3335: 1–18. doi:10.1206/0003-0082(2001)335<0001:AAAAHF>2.0.CO;2. PDF.
  • Poinar, G. O. 2011. "The Evolutionary History of Nematodes: As Revealed in Stone, Amber and Mummies." Nematology monographs and perspectives pages 9: 91–93, 239–240, 324–325.
  • Poinar, G. O. 2012. "Nematode Parasites and Associates of Ants: Past and Present." Psyche 2012: 1–13. doi:10.1155/2012/192017.
  • Poinar, G. O., et E. Heiss. 2011. "New Termitaphididae and Aradidae (Hemiptera) in Mexican and Dominican amber." Palaeodiversity 4: 51–62. PDF.
  • Wilson, Edward O. 1985. "Ants of the Dominican amber (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). 3. The subfamily Dolichoderinae." Psyche 92: 17–37. doi:10.1155/1985/20969.

Nexus externi recensere

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