Pavement Ants



Pavement Ant (Tetramorium caespitum)
This is one of the most common tiny house-invading ants with nests usually found outdoors under stones, in pavement cracks, along the curb edges, in crevices of masonry and woodwork. Pavement ants may forage in the home throughout the year, feeding on grease, meat, live and dead insects, honeydew, roots of plants and planted seeds. Workers are sluggish, between 1/12 to 1/4 inch long, light to dark brown or blackish. In winter, nests may be found in the home near a heat


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