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Acanthognathus Acanthostichus Acropyga Afromyrma Afropone
Agroecomyrmex Alloiomma Aneuretellus Anochetus Anonychomyrma
Aphaenogaster Apterostigma Archaeopone Archimyrmex Archiponera
Armaniella Asymphylomyrmex Attaichnus Attopsis Avitomyrmex
Azteca Baikuris Boltonidris Brachytarsites Bradoponera
Brownimecia Burmomyrma Calyptites Camponotites Camponotus
Cananeuretus Canapone Carebara Casaleia Cataglyphoides
Cataulacus Cephalomyrmex Cephalopone Chimaeromyrma Chronomyrmex
Clavipetiola Conoformica Crematogaster Cretomyrma Cretopone
Ctenobethylus Curticorna Curtipalpulus Cylindromyrmex Cyphomyrmex
Cyrtopone Dimorphomyrmex Discothyrea Dlusskyidris Dolichoderus
Dolichomyrma Drymomyrmex Ectatomma Elaeomyrmex Elaphrodites
Eldermyrmex Electromyrmex Electroponera Emplastus Enneamerus
Eoaenictites Eocenidris Eocenomyrma Eoformica Eogorgites
Eoleptocerites Eomyrmex Eoponerites Eotapinoma Eulithomyrmex
Euponera Eurymyrmex Eurytarsites Exocryptocerus Fallomyrma
Fonsecahymen Formica Formicium C Furcisutura Fushuniformica
Fushunomyrmex Gerontoformica Gesomyrmex Glaphyromyrmex Gnamptogenys
Gracilidris Haidomyrmex Haidomyrmodes Haidoterminus Heteromyrmex
Huaxiaformica Hypopomyrmex Hypoponera Ilemomyrmex Imhoffia
Iridomyrmex Khetania Klondikia Kohlsimyrma Kotshkorkia
Kyromyrma Lampromyrmex Lasius Leptogasteritus Leptogenys
Leptomyrmex Leptomyrmula Leptothorax Leucotaphus Liaoformica
Liometopum Lonchomyrmex Longicapitia Longiformica Macabeemyrma
Magnogasterites Megapterites Messelepone Messor Mianeuretus
Miomyrmex Miosolenopsis Monomorium Myanmyrma Myopopone
Myrmeciites Myrmecites Myrmica Myrmicites Neivamyrmex
Nesomyrmex Nothomyrmica Nylanderia Odontomachus Oecophylla
Orapia Orbicapitia Orbigastrula Oropeza Ovalicapito
Ovaligastrula Oxyidris Pachycondyla Palaeosminthurus Parameranoplus
Paraneuretus Paraphaenogaster Paraponera Petraeomyrmex Petropone
Pheidole Pheidologeton Pityomyrmex Plagiolepis Platythyrea
Plesiomyrmex Podomyrma Pogonomyrmex Polyrhachis Ponera
Ponerites Poneropsis Poneropterus Prenolepis Prionomyrmex
Pristomyrmex Procerapachys Proceratium Prodimorphomyrmex Proiridomyrmex
Propodomyrma Protaneuretus Protazteca Protoformica Protomyrmica
Protopone Protrechina Pseudarmania Pseudectatomma Pseudoarmania
Pseudocamponotus Pseudolasius Pseudomyrmex Quadrulicapito Quineangulicapito
Rabidia Rhopalomyrmex Rhytidoponera Shanwangella Sicilomyrmex
Sima Sinoformica Sinomyrmex Sinotenuicapito Solenopsites
Sphaerogasterites Sphecomyrma Sphecomyrmodes Stenamma Stigmatomma
Stigmomyrmex Stiphromyrmex Strumigenys Syntaphus Tapinoma
Technomyrmex Temnothorax Tetraponera Titanomyrma Trachymesopus
Trachymyrmex Tylolasius Vollenhovia Wilsonia Wumyrmex
Ypresiomyrma Zacryptocerus Zatania Zhangidris Zherichinius

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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