Survey of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Greek Thrace

@article{Brako2016SurveyOT,
  title={Survey of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Greek Thrace},
  author={Gregor Bra{\vc}ko and Kadri Kiran and Celal Karaman and Sebastian Salata and Lech Borowiec},
  journal={Biodiversity Data Journal},
  year={2016}
}
The ant fauna of Greece has been an object of investigations for almost two centuries, but most of the contributions were restricted to particular parts or regions of the country. The first comprehensive checklist, comprising the past studies on Greek ants, was done only recently by Legakis (2011). In the last few years, the ant fauna of Greece was more intensively studied as part of the inventory of the ants of the Mediterranean region (Borowiec and Salata 2012, Borowiec and Salata 2013… 
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