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Category : Ants
Article : Pavement Ant (Subfamily Myrmicinae) Posted on: 11/15/2005 12:32:40 PM

Pavement Ant workers have two segments (nodes) in the pedicel and are 1/10 to 1/8inch/2.5 to 3mm in length. There is a sting present at the tip of the abdomen, and they have a 12-segmented antennae with a 3-segmented club. There are numer.....

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Category : Ants
Article : Pharaoh Ant (Subfamily Myrmicinae) Posted on: 11/15/2005 12:35:08 PM

The Pharaoh Antís color ranges from golden yellow to red, with black markings on the top rear (or dorsal posterior). Like the Pavement Ant, the antennae are 12-segmented with a 3-segmented club. They have two nodes in the pedicel area and.....

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Category : Ants
Article : Crazy Ant (Subfamily Formicinae) Posted on: 11/17/2005 1:54:29 PM

These worker ants are 1/10 inch/2.2-3 mm in length. They have one node in the pedicel and an uneven thorax. The long, first segment of the antenna is two times the length of the head and the body color ranges from dark brown to black. Th.....

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Category : Ants
Article : Acrobat Ant (Subfamily Myrmicinae) Posted on: 11/22/2005 1:56:25 PM

The Acrobat Ant worker is 1/10 to 1/6 inch/2.5 to 4 mm in length. The 11-segmented Antennae end with a 3- segmented club. The abdomen is heart-shaped and the body color varies from light brown to black. They are found throughout the U.S......

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Category : Ants
Article : Thief Ant (Subfamily Myrmicinae) Posted on: 11/22/2005 2:04:41 PM

This ant has two nodes in the pediciel and are extremely small in size, i.e. 1/16 inch/1.3 to 1.8 mm. The antennae are 10-segmented and they have a 2-segmented club. A distinct identifying characteristic is that the long, first segment o.....

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Category : Ants
Article : Ghost Ant (Subfamily Dolichoderinae) Posted on: 11/23/2005 2:16:58 PM

These extremely small ants are only 1/16 inch/1.5 mm in length. There is a flat single node in the pedicel. The legs, pedicel, antennae and gaster are pale (almost translucent), but the head and thorax are darker. Sometimes known as the .....

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Category : Ants
Article : Little Black Ant (Subfamily Myrmicinae) Posted on: 12/2/2005 2:42:52 PM

The Little Black Ant worker has two nodes in the pedicel and are 1/16 inch (2 mm) in length. They have a 12-segmented antenna, ending with a 3-segmented club. These ants are found throughout the southeastern areas of Canada, as well as th.....

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Category : Ants
Article : Larger Yellow Ant- a/k/a Citronella Ant (Subfamily Formicinae) Posted on: 12/2/2005 2:53:19 PM

Having a single node in the pedicel, these ants are 1/6 inch (4.5 mm) in length. The long first segment of the antenna (ie. the scape) is shorter than the head, and they have an unevenly rounded thorax. The body color ranges from a reddis.....

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Category : Ask the Bug Lady
Article : Question for the Bug Lady? Posted on: 12/2/2005 2:55:40 PM

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Category : Ask the Bug Lady
Article : Do ultrasonic pest repellents really work? Posted on: 1/17/2006 11:32:58 AM

These boxes supposedly emit electromagnetic pulses or sound waves that repel all pests from fleas to mice. You may find these devices also listed under names such as microvibration device or electromagnetic pest repeller. Although the.....

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