Formica rubicunda Emery, 1893 valid
Formica sanguinea subsp. rubicunda Emery, 1893k: 647, pl. 22, fig. 2 (w.q.) CANADA (Newfoundland). Nearctic.
  • [Note: type-locality Pennsylvania by designation of Wheeler, 1913i: 407.].
  • Wheeler, 1913i: 407 (m.).
  • Combination in Formica (Formica): Wheeler, 1913i: 404.
  • Combination in Formica (Raptiformica): Emery, 1925d: 260.
  • Subspecies of Formica sanguinea: Wasmann, 1894: 163; Emery, 1895d: 334; Wheeler, 1900c: 47; Wheeler, 1901e: 711; Forel, 1904b: 153; Wheeler, 1904f: 305; Wheeler, 1905j: 399; Wheeler, 1906g: 15; Wheeler, 1910a: 570; Wheeler, 1913i: 406 (redescription); Wheeler, 1916r: 596; Emery, 1925d: 260; Dennis, 1938: 297; Wing, 1939: 165; Wesson & Wesson, 1940: 101; Wheeler & Wheeler, 1944: 266; Buren, 1944a: 307; Smith, 1951c: 871.
  • Junior synonym of Formica subintegra: Wilson & Brown, 1955: 120.
  • Status as species: Creighton, 1950a: 468; Cole, 1954c: 163; Smith, 1958c: 158; Smith, 1967a: 373; Buren, 1968a: 30 (redescription); Francoeur, 1977b: 208; Yensen et al., 1977: 185; Smith, 1979: 1465; Snelling & Buren, 1985: 72 (in key); DuBois & LaBerge, 1988: 148; MacKay et al., 1988: 113 (in key); Wheeler et al., 1994: 307; Bolton, 1995b: 202; Mackay & Mackay, 2002: 371; Coovert, 2005: 158; MacGown & Forster, 2005: 66; Ellison et al., 2012: 172.
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