Messor caducus (Motschoulsky, 1839)

Lapeva-Gjonova, Albena, Antonova, Vera, Radchenko, Alexander G. & Atanasova, Maria, 2010, Catalogue of the ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) of Bulgaria, ZooKeys 62, pp. 1-124: 9

publication ID

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

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/049C02BA-D935-FD85-8DB7-657B4330D536

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scientific name

Messor caducus (Motschoulsky, 1839)
status

 

Messor caducus (Motschoulsky, 1839) 

Messor semirufus meridionalis  : Atanassov 1936, 1964, Atanassov and Vassileva 1976, Hubenov et al. 1998, nec Andr√©, 1883

Records

(Map 18): Bulgaria ( Atanassov and Dlusskij 1992); Podbalkan Basins: Sotirya vill. (Sliven) [ Atanassov and Vassileva 1976 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Thracian Lowland: Harmanli [ Atanassov and Vassileva 1976 and Hubenov et al. 1998 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Ograzhden Mt. [ Atanassov and Vassileva 1976 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Belasitsa Mt. ( Hubenov et al. 1998): east slopes of Belasitsa Mt. [ Atanassov 1964 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Krupnik-Sandanski-Petrich Valley: Petrich [ Atanassov and Vassileva 1976 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Eastern Rhodopi Mts: Kardzhali [ Atanassov and Vassileva 1976 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Northern Black Sea coast: Obzor [ Atanassov and Vassileva 1976 and Hubenov et al. 1998 (as Messor semirufus meridionalis  )]; Southern Black Sea coast: Ropotamo river - Sozopol [ Atanassov 1936 (as Messor semirufus var. meridionalis  )].

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Formicidae

Genus

Messor