Tag: Fire Ants

Love for Bugs

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and love is in the air. Mating habits of some insects are more bizarre then romantic. Exterminators wants to share some of the oddest mating rituals found in the world of insects. Insect species have their own peculiar ways of attracting the opposite... more
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Ants in Your Home

There are more than 700 species of ants in the United States. Some of the most common include argentine, carpenter, odorous house, pavement and red imported fire ants. All ants are social insects that live in colonies. Ants are identified by their three distinct body regions: head, thorax, and... more
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10 Most Deadly Bugs

You may be surprised to find out the top 10 most deadly insects, some of them may be deadly due to the sheer number of them and their venem, others may be a more common house pest that you didn't realize could even harm you. Anopheles Mosquito:  Mosquitoes can lead to serious illness... more
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Could There Be European Fire Ants In Massachusetts?

Well, there were European Fire Ants In Massachusetts, but we seem to be in the clear for now. But that does not mean it will stay that way. If you come in contact with them contact A1-Exterminators immediately! European Fire Ants Emerge in Massachusetts News that a pair of yards in a Cambridge,... more
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What Is An European Fire Ant?

European Fire Ant Myrmica rubra Linnaeus Subfamily Myrmicinae Color: Reddish-brown Size: 1/8 to 3/16 inch DISTRIBUTION This species is widely distributed in Europe and was likely introduced into the northeastern U.S. in the early 1900s in imported plant materials. It has become a nuisance pest... more
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