A Crash Course On How to Get Rid of Sugar Ants

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Sugar ants of Australia, or camponotus consobrinus, dwell in arid climates and can be found in urban areas, woodlands and forests. Sugar ants are identified by their black heads, protruding mandibles, orange or brown bodies and relatively large size. The sugar ant is one of the largest groups of ants in Australia. Although species vary in color, shape and size, sugar ants measure between 2.5 millimeters and 15 millimeters, depending on caste and habitat. Soldier sugar ants have larger bodies and mandibles than workers. Queen sugar ants may survive for more than 20 years if they are fed every day, though most queens live for a short time. Sugar ants nest in soil, rocks, the roots of plants and the twigs of shrubs and trees. Workers are most visible at dusk, traveling along marked trails as they forage for food, and at dawn, when they return to their nests. Sugar ants are most active during warm weather.
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February 5, 2014
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