How to Get Rid of Baby Ants

Baby ants, or larvae, are white and look very similar to worms. These creatures have no legs and can not reach their own food. The worker ants, which are all female, most of the colony of ants and are the most often seen. The working ants are in charge of feeding and cleaning the larvae. […] Continue reading →

Carpenter ants nest

Carpenter ants nest Carpenter ants are small, black ants that range in size from 1/4 to 1/2 inch long. In nature, carpenter ants provide many beneficial environmental services. The ant nest in the dead wood and accelerate the decomposition process, restoring the nutrients to the soil and facilitate the growth of new plants. Small ants […] Continue reading →

Carpenter ants

Carpenter ants get their name because they build their nests in the wood. That can cause significant damage to the wood of a house. There are nine types of carpenter ants in North America and range in size from a quarter of an inch (about the width of a pencil) to a working carpenter ant […] Continue reading →

The natural enemy of ants carpenter

A study published in the American Naturalist magazine indicates that carpenter ants have practically become zombies in the forests of Thailand. The report mentions that the fungus known as Ophiocordyceps Unilateralis effectively controls the brain of these insects. Apparently the fungus parasites ants with spores released into the air and after obtaining the control forces […] Continue reading →