HAVING PROBLEMS WITH ARGENTINE ANTS?
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Argentine ants range from light to dark brown and measure about 2.2 to 2.8 mm long. Their antennae have 12 segments.
Like other ant species, Argentine ants pass through the development process called complete metamorphosis. Eggs are white, and larvae emerge from them after about 28 days. They reach adult stage in about 74 days.
Argentine ants may live in soil, under wood, logs, debris or mulch. They may also nest in cavities at the base of shrubs and trees. Their nests are often shallow, measuring up to 20 cm (~8 in) in depth in open habitats.
SIGNS OF ARGENTINE ANTS INFESTATION
The foraging trails of Argentine ants are their most visible sign. The trails can be observed traveling up buildings, trees and into homes.