Monomorium salomonis (Linnaeus, 1758) valid
Formica salomonis Linnaeus, 1758: 580 (w.) [Note: Linnaeus, 1764: 418, restricts the distribution to Egypt, which may be regarded as the type-locality.] EGYPT. Palearctic.
  • [Misspelled as salamonis by Arnold, 1916: 219, Arnold, 1944: 13; misspelled as solomonis by Wheeler & Mann, 1916: 170; misspelled as solamonis by Menozzi, 1940a: 268; misspelled as salmonis by Petrov, 2006: 94 (in key).].
  • André, 1883a: 342 (m.); Emery, 1908j: 674 (w.q.m.).
  • Combination in Monomorium: Roger, 1862c: 294.
  • Combination in Monomorium (Xeromyrmex): Emery, 1915g: 190.
  • Status as species: Linnaeus, 1764: 418; Linnaeus, 1767: 963; Forskål, 1775: 84; Gmelin, 1790: 2799; Christ, 1791: 507; Olivier, 1792: 503; Latreille, 1802a: 291; Roger, 1862c: 294; Roger, 1863b: 32; Mayr, 1863a: 429; Mayr, 1877a: 20 (in list); Emery, 1877: 369; Emery, 1878: 50; Emery & Forel, 1879: 456; Emery, 1880: 391; Emery, 1881b: 531; André, 1883a: 336 (in key); André, 1884f: 540; Emery, 1884: 381; Saunders, 1890: 204; Emery, 1891c: 13; Scudder, 1891: 708; Dalla Torre, 1893: 69; Forel, 1894a: 162; Forel, 1894d: 19; Emery, 1895n: 66; Forel, 1895e: 227, 233; Emery, 1901e: 61; Ruzsky, 1902d: 25; Forel, 1902a: 152; Rothney, 1903: 97; Ruzsky, 1903b: 316; Mayr, 1904b: 4; Forel, 1904d: 5; Forel, 1904g: 422; Ruzsky, 1905b: 633; Wheeler, 1905c: 123; Forel, 1907d: 18; Forel, 1907h: 15; Emery, 1908j: 674; Santschi, 1908: 518; Forel, 1909k: 372; Forel, 1910c: 251; Karavaiev, 1911a: 59; Karavaiev, 1911b: 4; Karavaiev, 1912a: 3; Wheeler & Mann, 1914: 19; Arnold, 1916: 219; Wheeler & Mann, 1916: 170; Emery, 1916a: 161; Stitz, 1917: 346; Crawley, 1920a: 165; Wheeler, 1922: 870, 1027; Emery, 1922c: 177; Stitz, 1923: 156; Wheeler, 1923d: 4; Wheeler, 1926a: 3; Menozzi, 1927e: 117; Wheeler, 1927g: 107; Menozzi & Russo, 1930: 157; Menozzi, 1933b: 66 (in key); Menozzi, 1934: 160; Grandi, 1935: 100; Finzi, 1936: 176; Santschi, 1936a: 49 (redescription); Finzi, 1939a: 158; Finzi, 1940: 160; Donisthorpe, 1942a: 28; Arnold, 1944: 13; Donisthorpe, 1947f: 109; Bernard, 1948: 145; Bernard, 1950c: 290; Bernard, 1953a: 159; Wellenius, 1955: 8; Bernard, 1956b: 259; Ceballos, 1956: 305; Kempf, 1960f: 436; Cagniant, 1964: 89; Cagniant, 1966b: 279; Ettershank, 1966: 92; Bernard, 1967a: 169 (redescription); Hamann & Klemm, 1967: 413; Cagniant, 1968a: 143; Collingwood & Yarrow, 1969: 66; Cagniant, 1970a: 418; Bernard, 1971: 7; Baroni Urbani, 1971c: 91; Kempf, 1972b: 144; Alayo, 1974: 14 (in key); Báez & Ortega, 1978: 190; Collingwood, 1978: 82 (in key); Barquín, 1981: 183; Collingwood, 1985: 272; Agosti & Collingwood, 1987b: 273 (in key); Hohmann et al., 1993: 155; De Haro & Collingwood, 1994: 100; Bolton, 1995b: 266; Collingwood & Agosti, 1996: 354; Espadaler, 1997g: 30; Fernández, 2007b: 137; Gratiashvili & Barjadze, 2008: 140; Paknia et al., 2008: 155; Vonshak & Ionescu-Hirsch, 2009: 43; Borowiec, 2014: 125 (see note in bibliography); Lebas et al., 2016: 304; Fernández & Serna, 2019: 808; Madl, 2019: 15.
  • Senior synonym of Monomorium debilis: Emery & Forel, 1879: 456; Bolton, 1995b: 266.
  • Senior synonym of Monomorium salomonis obscuratum: Collingwood, 1978: 69; Bolton, 1995b: 266.
  • Senior synonym of Monomorium thorense: Emery & Forel, 1879: 456; Dalla Torre, 1893: 69; Ruzsky, 1905b: 633; Bolton, 1995b: 266.
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Extant: 10 valid subspecies

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