Table 1: Ant species of Jaragua National Park.

GenusSpecies/morphospecies# sitesHabitat

Anochetus mayri Emery, 18843DF

Brachymyrmex heeri Forel, 18745DF
sp14DF, LE
sp21DF

Camponotus sp13DF
sp22DF
sp32DF
sp41DF

Cardiocondyla emeryi Forel, 18812DF, LE

Cephalotes decoloratus De Andrade, 19992DF
unimaculatus (Smith, F., 1853)6DF

Crematogaster steinheili Forel, 18816DF, LE

Cyphomyrmex minutus Mayr, 18627DF

Dorymyrmex antillana Snelling, R.R., 20058DF, LE

Hypoponera opacior (Forel, 1893) 2DF
sp11DF
sp23DF
sp33DF
sp41DF

Monomorium ebeninum Forel, 18911*
floricola (Jerdon, 1851)3DF, LE
pharaonis (Linnaeus, 1758)1DF

Nylanderia steinheili (Forel, 1893)1DF
sp12DF

Odontomachus bauri Emery, 189212DF, LE
sp11DF

Pheidole drepanon Wilson, 20036DF, LE
jamaicensis Wheeler, 19083DF
jelskii Mayr, 18842DF, LE
moerens Wheeler, W. M., 19087DF
subarmata Mayr, 18841LE
terresi Wheeler, W.M. & Mann, 19141DF

Pogonomyrmex saucius Wheeler, W.M. & Mann, 19142DF
schmitti Forel, 19015DF

Pseudomyrmex cubaensis Forel, 19018DF, LE
simplex (Smith, F., 1877)1DF
subater (Wheeler, W.M. & Mann, 1914)1DF
sp13DF

Rogeria alzatei Kugler, C., 19942DF
brunnea Santschi, 19304DF
curvipubens Emery, 18943DF
sp11DF
sp21DF
sp31DF
sp41DF

Solenopsis geminata (Fabricius, 1804)6DF, LE
globularia (Smith, F., 1858)6DF
pollux Forel, 18931LE
terricola Menozzi, 19311DF
sp11DF
sp22DF, LE
sp32DF
sp41DF

Stigmatomma falcatum (Lattke, 1991)1DF

Strumigenys gundlachi Roger, 18623DF
nigrescens Wheeler, W.M., 19111DF

Tapinoma melanocephalum (Fabricius, 1793)5DF, LE

Temnothorax ciferrii (Menozzi & Russo, 1930)2DF
sp14DF
sp22DF
sp31DF

Tetramorium caldarium (Roger, 1857)2DF, LE
lanuginosum Mayr, 18701DF

Trachymyrmex jamaicensis André, 18934DF

Species are listed alphabetically by genus. Introduced species are indicated by a * following the specific epithet. Valid names are listed with their author and year of description. Morphospecies, indicated by sp., denotes a form that is morphologically distinct from all others listed for that genus. The # sites column indicates the number of locations a form was sampled from and the Habitat column notes the habitat where each form was found: DF: dry forest and LE: low elevation (Cabo Rojo beach site and the shore of Lake Oviedo). Specimen data, including geolocations, are available online at MCZbase [19].