Tetramorium hungaricum ( Roeszler , 1935)

Lapeva-Gjonova, Albena, Antonova, Vera, Radchenko, Alexander G. & Atanasova, Maria, 2010, Catalogue of the ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) of Bulgaria, ZooKeys 62, pp. 1-124: 19-20

publication ID

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

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Tetramorium hungaricum ( Roeszler , 1935)
status

 

Tetramorium hungaricum ( Roeszler, 1935) 

Records

(Map 40): Bulgaria ( Agosti and Collingwood 1987a, Atanassov and Dlusskij 1992); Central Predbalkan: Dermantsi vill. (Lukovit) [ Atanassov 1936 (as Tetramorium caespitum semilaeve  )]; Sofia Basin: Sofia [ Lapeva-Gjonova and Atanasova 2004 (as Tetramorium semilaeve  ), Antonova 2005, Antonova and Penev 2006, 2008]; Plana Mt.: Kokalyane vill. ( Steiner et al. 2005); Belasitsa Mt.: at the foot of Belasitsa Mt. [ Atanassov 1964 (as Tetramorium caespitum semilaeve  )]; Krupnik-Sandanski-Petrich Valley: Kresna [ Atanassov 1936 (as Tetramorium caespitum semilaeve  )], around Mitino vill. [ Atanassov 1964 (as Tetramorium caespitum semilaeve  )]; Sandanski ( Csősz and Markó 2004), Rupite ( Steiner et al. 2005); Eastern Rhodopi Mts: Byal Izvor vill. (Arda), Zhelezino vill. (Ivaylovgrad), between Odrintsi vill. and Svirachi vill. (Ivaylovgrad) [ Lapeva-Gjonova 2004a (as Tetramorium semilaeve  )]; Northern Black Sea coast: Varna [ Csősz and Markó 2004 (as Tetramorium semilaeve  )].

Notes:

This species, primarily described as a subspecies of Tetramorium caespitum  , was raised to species rank by Röszler (1951), but this name was then forgotten for many years, until Csősz and Markó (2004) redescribed it. The latter authors considered Tetramorium hungaricum  as a Ponto-Caspian or Balkan element.