- Aphomomyrmex afer
- Bregmatomyrma carnosa
- Petalomyrmex phylax
- Pseudaphomomyrmex emeryi
- Petiole scale inclined anteriorly, petiole with a long posterior peduncle, or both
- Base of abdominal segment III with complete tergosternal fusion on both sides of helcium; free tergite and sternite commence well away from the helcium, up the sclerite
- Anterior face of abdominal segment III overhangs at least the posterior peduncle of the petiole
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