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There are many different types of ants that we travel throughout you home. Common areas you may find them are in your kitchen, living room where there might me crumbs drop from food, bathrooms or even in walls of your home. Below are some common types of ants you may encounter.
Pavement ants nest outdoors under stones, along curbs or in cracks of pavement. They also nest indoors in walls and under floors. Pavement ants are a familiar sight during the summer months. They can be seen trailing along sidewalks, driveways, patios and cracks in foundation walls. Sometimes they can be seen carrying soil or excavated debris, food or eggs from one colony to another.
The pavement ant is about 1/8–1/16-inch long. They range in color from brown to black with paler legs and antennae. Despite their differences, however, these are the distinguishing characteristics of the pavement ant: A pair of spines on the back, Two nodes on the petiole, Grooves on the head and thorax, 12-segmented antennae with a three-segmented club, Stinger in the last abdominal segment, Queens and swarmers (reproductive ants) have wings and are twice as large as the workers
Carpenter ants can be rather ominous looking due to their size. Among the largest ants in the United States, winged queens can be a frightening one inch long. Fortunately, the black, wingless worker ants are smaller, varying in length from 3/8 to 1/2-inch. Carpenter ants also vary in color from species to species. The more common black carpenter ant is dark in color; other types of carpenter ants range from yellow to red.
Since size and color can differ, and because they are often confused with termites, the best way to identify carpenter ants is to look for these characteristics: Single node between thorax and abdomen, Thorax with an evenly rounded upper surface that appears arched when viewed from the side, A ring of hairs around the tip of the abdomen, Workers have large mandibles, Carpenter ants differ from termites in that they have dark-colored bodies, narrow waists and elbowed antennae. If wings are present, the hind wings are shorter than the front wings. Also, carpenter ants are more common and seen in the open.
Their colonies are large. They can hold thousands of ants, and usually have several hundred ants that can reproduce. If you disturb a colony, it may be split to form several new nests. You have to use the right treatment on Pharaoh ants so the colony reproduce into more. Pharaoh ants live in very small multi-colonies. Their color ranges from yellow or light brown to red. Pharaoh ants are small 1.5 mm long. Pharaoh ants are very hard to get rid of and you should look for a professional help before the colony gets too big.