Argentine Ant - Casner Exterminating
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Argentine Ant

December 8, 2014

Family Structure

  • Multiple queens (as many as 8 for every 1,000 workers)
  • Queens forage for food along with workers


  • Dark color

Where Found

  • Native: South America
  • Transported to South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, Easter Island, Australia, Hawaii, Europe, and the United States.


  • Nest in colonies


  • Common household pests
  • Enter structures in search of food or water (particularly when it is dry or hot) or to find shelter from flooded nests when it is raining heavily

Contact Us            

Contact us for help with an Argentine Ant problem. You may also call either our Central Coast office or our Ventura County office.

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