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Best Way To Get Rid Of Ants

Ants So Little Yet So Destructive It is hard to imagine that something so small can be so destructive. However, ants are a force to be reckoned with. They can spoil meals, get on sleeping babies, and destroy your house! If you have a colony of carpenter ants in your house, they will hollow out t...

Pest Control Ants Around Fort Myers, FL

  We also provide services in Cape Coral, North Fort Myers, Naples and Sanibel Florida areas. Biology Pest Control ants in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Sanibel, FL have moderately sized mature colonies that contain more than 3,000 workers with one queen per colony (colonies may contain sate...

Acrobat Ant

Biology Indoors, nests may be located where water damage has occurred, in decayed or damp wood or inside insulating wall panels and wall voids. Outdoors, acrobat ants nest under rocks or in logs, firewood or trees where decay allows them to tunnel under bark or into wood. Workers trail along tr...

Big Headed Ant

Biology   These ants get their common name from the exceptionally large head of the major workers in relation to their body size. Various species are found throughout the United states including Hawaii. A few species serve as intermediate hosts of tapeworms which infect turkeys, chickens, ...

Crazy Ant

Biology This ants name comes from the workers habit of running haphazardly about a room/building in search of food. The Crazy ant is found throughout the United States, but is confined to the indoors in the northern states because it cannot survive the winter outdoors. Colonies tend to be small...

Fire Ant

Biology These ants get their common name from their ability to inflict especially painful bites and stings. The two most important species are the southern fire ant and the red imported fire ant. The southern fire ant is a native species and ranges from California to southern South Carolina to n...

Bull Ant

The Florida carpenter ant complex is comprised of several species, two of which are common around structures: Camponotus floridanus (Buckley) and Camponotus tortuganus (Emery). These bicolored arboreal ants are among the largest ants found in Florida, making them apparent as they forage or fly in...

Ghost Ant

Biology This ant gets its common name from the fact that it is very hard to see because of its pale color and very tiny size. It is found primarily in central and southern Florida and Hawaii in the United States. In the northern states it is unable to survive except in greenhouses and in similar...

Little Black Ant

Biology This ant gets its name from its very small size and jet-black coloration. It is a native species and is found throughout the United States, especially in the eastern half of the U.S., in the southern half of California, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Colonies of little black ants are s...

Odorous House Ants

Biology Odorous house ant colonies may contain up to 100,000 ants with many queens. Super colonies may exist where food, water and brood are exchanged between satellite locations. Indoors, odorous house ants nest in wall voids, especially around hot-water pipes and heaters, and in crevices aroun...

Pavement Ants

Biology Colonies average 3,000-4,000 ants with several queens. Pavement ants normally nest in soil; however, they occasionally nest indoors in walls. insulation and under floors. Colonies will move near a heat source in winter. Pavement ants often follow pipes through slabs to access buildings. ...