This video says about itself:
Ants in Gulusluk, Turkey
Ants eating a Honey Nut Cheerio.
From Zootaxa journal:
First annotated checklist of the ant fauna of Turkey (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
KADRİ KIRAN & CELAL KARAMAN
Trakya University Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology, 22030 Edirne-TURKEY.
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The first annotated checklist of the ants of Turkey is presented. A total of 306 valid names of species-group taxa (286 species, 20 subspecies) is recorded based on literature records and additional newly collected material carried out since 1998. Synonyms are included. New localities are added for some poorly known species.
Four species (Tapinoma subboreale, Formica georgica, Formica lugubris and Lasius balcanicus) are reported for the first time and thirteen species (Bothriomyrmex atlantis, B. meridionalis, Tapinoma madeirense, Camponotus robustus, Formica fuscocinerea, F. gagatoides, Rossomyrmex minuchae, Messor barbarus, Monomorium glabrum, M. salomonis, Myrmica vandeli, Stenamma westwoodii and Tetramorium forte) are excluded from the list of Turkish ants.
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