Perilissini Thomson, 1883

Nearly all members of the Perilissini have a tyloid on the first flagellomere and most have pectinate tarsal claws. Many Perilissini can also be recognized by the form of the glymma, which is relatively large and more posteriorly displaced than in mesoleiines. The glymma on each side extends medially behind the attachment point of the dorsal tendon and is separated from the glymma on the opposite side by a thin, window-like partition.
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There are no specimens currently determined for this OTU, or those specimens determined for this OTU are not yet mappable.