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Ants

Ant body parts
Carpenter Ant
Carpenter Ant

Is one of the largest ants found in the Bryan/College Station area. The carpenter ant may be solid black, reddish brown and black, brown or all red in color. They range in size from 1/8” to ½” in length. They have one node, a circle of tiny hairs around the tip of their abdomen, and their thorax is evenly rounded when seen from the side.

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Fire Ant
Fire Ant

Ranges is size from 1/8” to ¼” long. They may be yellowish to dark brown in color. They are known for their sting and can sting continuously. The fire ant has two nodes and a 10 segmented antennae. Certain times of the year they may have wings.

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Pharoah Ant
Pharoah Ant

Is very small 1/16” long. Their color varies from yellow to light brown to red in color. The Pharoah ant has 2 nodes and the tips of it’s antennae have 3 segmented parts.

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Acrobat Ant
Acrobat Ant

These ants are light brown to black and can range in size from 1/16” to 1/8” long. They are best identified by their heart shaped abdomen. When alarmed the ant will raise its abdomen above its head.

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Argentine Ant
Argentine Ant

Has a very large distinctive head with elbowed antennae, easily seen eyes, and chewing mouth parts. The ant is approx. 1/8” long, brown in color, and covered with fine hair.

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Little Black Ant
Little Black Ant

The little black ant is solid black and approx. 1/16” long. The ant has 2 nodes. The abdomen has a small stinger. Their antennae has 12 segments with 3 larger segments at their tip.

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Pavement Ant
Pavement Ant

Is approx. 3/16” long with a dark body and lighter colored legs. Their bodies are covered with stiff hairs. They are easily identified by their narrow parallel lines that cover their head and thorax.

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Thief Ant
Thief Ant

Is approx. 3/16” long with a dark body and lighter colored legs. Their bodies are covered with stiff hairs. They are easily identified by their narrow parallel lines that cover their head and thorax.

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