Ants

Keeping Food Sources. Are you cleaning the spilled food and drinks quickly? Do you sweep the floor after meals? Even little messes can attract ants. Are you covering foods you don't hide in fridge?Do not leave food. Are you leaving dirty dishes on the sink? Wash them after each meal.
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Carpenter Ants

Carpenter ants are among the largest ants in the United States, ranging from 3.4 to 13 mm long. The most common color is black, but some species have reddish or yellowish coloration. Workers have large mandibles. Carpenter ants reside both outdoors and indoors in moist, decaying or hollow wood. They…
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Fire Ants

Fire ants are omnivorous. Known to eat meats, greasy and sweet materials. Fire ants are omnivores, meaning they will feed on animal or vegetable sources of food. The fire ant worker’s diet includes insects, earthworms, ticks, spiders, arthropod eggs, honeydew and other sweets. Plant sources of food…
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Pavement Ants

Pavement ants are light brown to black with appendages lighter than rest of the body. They are about 2.5 to 3 mm long, with parallel lines on head and thorax. They have 12-segmented antennae with a threesegmented club.Pavement ants invade buildings while foraging for food. Nests are outdoors under stones,…
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Pharaoh Ants

Pharaoh ants are very small—about 2 mm long. They have light yellow bodies with red and black markings on the abdomen. Pharaoh ants can take advantage of artificial heating in buildings to survive the winter. Infestations commonly occur in food service areas. They will nest in well-protected and hidden…
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Beetles

Eliminate Food Sources, Is your cupboards or cabinets in the kitchen are open, not covered? Be syre to do regular cleaning in kitchen cupboards, cabinets, food spices, etc. Flour and gain beetle attacks and damage even the food in production, facilities and stores. Some beetles are nuisance like lady…
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