Ants collected on the William H. Cross Expedition, 24-28 May 2004, Joe Wheeler State Park, Lawrence and Lauderdale Counties, and Prairie Grove Glades, Lawrence County, Alabama (compiled by Joe MacGown)

A Total of 59 species of ants were collected on the expedition. Collections were made primarily by Joe MacGown, JoVonn Hill, and Jason Forster.

Genus, species, and author
Amblyopone pallipes (Haldeman)
Aphaenogaster fulva Roger
Aphaenogaster lamellidens Mayr
Aphaenogaster treatae Forel
Aphaenogastersp. cf. carolinensis
Brachymyrmex depilis Emery
Camponotus americanus (Buckley)
Camponotus castaneus (Latreille)
Camponotus chromaiodes Bolton
Camponotus decipiens Emery
Camponotus impressus (Roger)
Camponotus mississippiensis Smith
Camponotus nearcticus Emery
Camponotus pennsylvanicus (DeGeer)
Camponotus snellingi Bolton
Camponotus subbarbatus Emery
Crematogaster ashmeadi Mayr
Crematogaster lineolata (Say)
Crematogaster minutissima Mayr
Crematogaster missuriensis Emery
Crematogaster pilosa Emery
Crematogaster vermiculata Emery
Discothyrea testacea Roger
Forelius mccooki (McCook)
Formica dolosa Buren
Formica pallidefulva Latreille
Formica subsericea Say
Hypoponera opacior (Forel)
Lasius alienus (Foester)
Lasius umbratus (Nylander)
Monomorium minimum (Buckley)
Myrmecina americana Emery
Neivamyrmex nigrescens (Cresson)
Paratrechina faisonensis (Forel)
Paratrechina vividula (Nylander)
Pheidole bicarinata Mayr
Pheidole dentata Mayr
Pheidole dentigula M. R. Smith
Pheidolen. sp. crassicornis group
Pheidole tysoni (Forel)
Ponera exoticaM. R. Smith
Ponera pennsylvanica Buckley
Prenolepis imparis(Say)
Proceratium chickasawDe Andrade
Pyramica angulata (Smith)
Pyramica dietrichi (Smith)
Pyramica laevinasis (M. R. Smith)
Pyramica ohioensis (Kennedy & Schramm)
Pyramica ornata (Mayr)
Pyramica reflexa (Wesson & Wesson)
Pyramica rostrata (Emery)
Solenopsis molesta( Say)
Solenopsis pergandei Forel
Solenopsis richteri Forel
Strumigenys louisianae Roger
Tapinoma sessile (Say)
Temnothorax curvispinosus (Mayr)
Temnothorax schaumii Roger
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis (McCook)