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How to Manage Pests

Key to Identifying Common Household Ants


Thief ant

Winged thief ant

Colony propagation

In late spring or early summer, flights of winged females and males leave established colonies to begin new ones. Each colony may have several queens laying eggs. Some ants overwinter as larvae.

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