Scientific Name: Tetramorium caespitum
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How do you get rid of Pavement Ants in the house, garage, attic, shed etc.?
Extermination & Control:
ICU Pest Controls local Pavement Ant extermination specialists will inspect all areas, for cracks and crevice’s in outside walls and floors that allow entry to inside sections of the structure. ICU local pest control specialists recommend these areas be sealed. Concrete slabs with cracks and holes should also be filled. Rubble, debris, leaves etc. around the outside of the structure where pavement ants can build nests should be eliminated. Bait stations should be placed in areas where Pavement Ants have been seen and in areas where trails are actively being used. Sweet baits work best for pavement ants, enclosed Interior/exterior bait stations should be used in sensitive areas where children and pets play.
FREQUENTLY ASKED PAVEMENT ANT EXTERMINATION & CONTROL QUESTIONS
being only 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch in length Pavement Ants have a darker body with paler coloured legs and on the back section of the thorax they have two tiny spines with two nodes in their petioles, while their bodies are coated with rigid hairs. With Grooves in the head.
Egg development time is roughly 30 to 60 days, creating large colonies with one or a few queens. Winged males and reproductive queens appear in early summer, feeding on sweet plant juices, subterranean insects, honeydew from aphids and whatever sweet treats and protein-based foods they can find.