Formica cinerea Mayr, 1853

Lapeva-Gjonova, Albena, Antonova, Vera, Radchenko, Alexander G. & Atanasova, Maria, 2010, Catalogue of the ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) of Bulgaria, ZooKeys 62, pp. 1-124: 31

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.62.430

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/040C61CE-EDE6-3C6A-541C-7E6D5FAB5DC3

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scientific name

Formica cinerea Mayr, 1853
status

 

Formica cinerea Mayr, 1853 

Formica balcanina  Petrov and Collingwood, 1993

Formica fuscocinerea  : Atanassov 1936, 1952, 1964, Atanassov et al. 1955, nec Forel, 1874

Records

(Map 63): Bulgaria ( Emery 1914, Atanassov and Dlusskij 1992, Petrov and Collingwood 1993); Western Predbalkan: Rachene river valley ( Vassilev 1984); Western Stara planina Mts: Chepan Mt. (Dragoman) ( Borisova et al. 2005); Sofia Basin: Sofia [ Atanassov 1936 (as Formica cinerea var. fusco-cinerea  ), Antonova 2004 (as Formica balcanina  ), 2005, Lapeva-Gjonova and Atanasova 2004 (as Formica balcanina  ), Antonova and Penev 2006, 2008], surroundings of Sofia near Vladaya vill. ( Antonova and Penev 2006, 2008); Vitosha Mt. [ Atanassov 1936 (as Formica cinerea var. fusco-cinerea  ), 1952]; Plana Mt.: Plana vill., Pasarel vill., Turmachka neighbourhood (Plana vill.), Dolni Okol vill., Astronomical observatory (between Plana vill. and Dolni Okol vill.), Rechyov kamak peak (Plana vill.) ( Vagalinski and Lapeva-Gjonova in press); Podbalkan Basins: Rose valley ( Atanassov et al. 1955); Lozenska Planina Mt. ( Vassilev and Evtimov 1973), north of Passarel vill. ( Antonova and Penev 2008); Thracian Lowland: Pazardzhik ( Forel 1892); Krupnik-Sandanski-Petrich Valley: Petrich, Mitino vill., Parvomay, along Strumeshnitsa river [ Atanassov 1964 (as Formica cinerea var. fusco-cinerea  )]; Rila Mt.: Rila monastery ( Forel 1892); Pirin Mt.: Melnik, Rozhen, Karlanovo vill. ( Seifert 2002b); Western Rhodopi Mts: Sveta Petka vill., Velingrad, Bachkovo vill. ( Seifert 2002b), Chervenata stena reserve ( Hlaváč et al. 2007), Dospat, Devin, Velingrad, Laki, Chepintsi vill., Batak ( Lapeva-Gjonova in press (a)); Eastern Rhodopi Mts: Byal Izvor vill. (Ardino), Senoklas vill. (Madzharovo), Dyadovtsi vill. (Ardino) [ Lapeva-Gjonova 2004a (as Formica balcanina  )]; Northern Black Sea coast: Zlatni pyasatsi ( Seifert 2002b).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Formicidae

Genus

Formica