This history item belongs to Formica foetida Buckley, 1866

Its current taxon owner(s) is Forelius foetidus

Status as species: Cresson, 1887: 256; Dalla Torre, 1893: 196; Wheeler, 1901c: 520; Emery, 1913a: 35; Creighton, 1950a: 345; Smith, 1951c: 836; Smith, 1967a: 365; Kempf, 1972b: 109; Hunt & Snelling, 1975: 22; Yensen et al., 1977: 183; Smith, 1979: 1419; Snelling & George, 1979: 163; Allred, 1982: 461; Wheeler & Wheeler, 1986g: 56.


Status as species: {ref 123936}: 256; {ref 124002}: 196; {ref 129962}: 520; {ref 124711}: 35; {ref 123910}: 345; {ref 128824}: 836; {ref 128863}: 365; {ref 126357}: 109; {ref 126032}: 22; {ref 130568}: 183; {ref 128659}: 1419; {ref 128905}: 163; {ref 122181}: 461; {ref 129925}: 56.
  • Item type: taxt
  • Created at: 2014-01-31
  • Updated at: 2020-09-15
Related records
Taxa belonging to this history item's protonym
Forelius foetidus Species Homonym
homonym replaced by Forelius mccooki (McCook, 1880)
Formica foetida Species Obsolete combination
an obsolete combination of Forelius foetidus (Buckley, 1866)
This history item highlighted in context with other history items belonging to Formica foetida
#254538 [Junior primary homonym of Neoponera foetida (Linnaeus, 1758) (Emery, 1921a: 26).]
#254537 Crozier, 1970a: 113 (k.); Wheeler & Wheeler, 1974b: 401 (l.)
#275082 (selected) Status as species: Cresson, 1887: 256; Dalla Torre, 1893: 196; Wheeler, 1901c: 520; Emery, 1913a: 35; Creighton, 1950a: 345; Smith, 1951c: 836; Smith, 1967a: 365; Kempf, 1972b: 109; Hunt & Snelling, 1975: 22; Yensen et al., 1977: 183; Smith, 1979: 1419; Snelling & George, 1979: 163; Allred, 1982: 461; Wheeler & Wheeler, 1986g: 56.
#290869 Senior synonym of Forelius maccooki (Forel, 1886): Wheeler, 1901c: 520; Wheeler, 1902g: 23; Emery, 1913a: 35; Creighton, 1950a: 345; Smith, 1951c: 836; Kempf, 1972b: 109; Shattuck, 1994: 94.
#282605 Replacement name: Forelius mccooki (McCook, 1880)
#290870 [Note: Forelius mccooki (McCook, 1880) junior synonym of Forelius foetidus (Buckley, 1866) (synonymy by Wheeler, 1901c: 520); hence Forelius mccooki (McCook, 1880) first available replacement name for Forelius foetidus (Buckley, 1866).]