Fire ants (or Red Imported Fire ants (RIFA), as they're commonly known in the United States) are not known to bother people much, and they are not considered invasive. They pretty much keep to themselves in colonies outdoors, including on …

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Cornfield ants are a common ant species that are known to build their homes in grassy fields. Cornfield ants can also make themselves cozy in your New Caney lawn. These ants are similar to a species known as Field ants, …

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Pavement ants are among the ant species that are considered to be "Sugar ants," and are originally native to Europe. Today, you can find Pavement ants all over North America, though they aren't quite as common in the southern United …

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Little Black ants get their common name from their very tiny size and shiny, typically black coloring. Their colonies are medium to very sizeable, usually featuring many queens.     Generally speaking, ants are among the most hearty, resilient, and adaptable …

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Most ant species are relatively harmless, in that they are nuisance pests, and the worst they do is contaminate food and then some species might sting you if disturbed. It's different with Carpenter ants. They can inflict serious, expensive damage …

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