- Paraponera clavata
- Paraponera dieteri
- With bipartite antennal scrobes, dorsal portion above eye and ventral portion below it
- Abdominal segment III distinctly reduced compared to IV
- Petiole with a long anterior peduncle
- Hypopygium armed along lateral margin with a row of spines
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