Table 1: Earliest known records for Gnamptogenys triangularis from South and Central America. MCZ: Museum of Comparative Zoology.

Earliest record

Uruguay≤1887 [10]
Bolivia≤1893 [13]
Argentina1898 [14]
Brazil1898 (as E. aculeaticoxae) [12]
Guyana1922 (as G. aculeaticoxae) [15]
Panama1941 (as G. aculeaticoxae) [15]
Costa Rica1949 (L. Garling, MCZ): La Selva
Surinam1959 (as G. aculeaticoxae) [4]
Peru1967 (W. L. Brown and W. Sherbrooke, MCZ): Tingo Maria
Colombia1972 (M. Corn, MCZ): near Puerto Asis
Ecuador1975 [16]
Venezuela1982 (as G. aculeaticoxae) [1]