Tag: Tawny Crazy Ants

Tawny crazy ant workers interact with their brood. Photo: Dr. Blake Layton

Mississippi State team monitors tawny crazy ants

October 24, 2017 By
The tawny crazy ant is a non-native ant species that also has been found in Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida and Georgia. Read more»
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ants marching. Photo: iStock.com/kietisak

Ants across America: PMP publishes 2017 Ant Management Survey results

May 11, 2017 By
Ant management is good business all throughout the country, say respondents to PMP’s exclusive survey. Ants are problematic throughout the United States. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a pest management professional (PMP) working in the South, West or Northeast; you’re... Read more»
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FMC Professional Solutions: Ants

October 13, 2013 By
Tawny crazy ants (Nylanderia fulva), named for their golden-brown or reddish-brown color and erratic movements, are a new invasive ant species that has become a significant problem in Florida, Texas and other Southern states during the past few years. In... Read more»
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