Pavement Ant Control and Elimination Services
Licensed and Regulated by: Texas Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 12847, Austin, TX, 78711-2847   
Phone: (866) 918-4481  Fax: (888) 232-2567
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Fort Worth based Assassin
Exterminating is able to provide
superior Pavement Ant Elimination
and Control results by only using
the highest quality products
available to Pest Management
Professionals.  We proudly utilize
products from the following
Manufacturers:
Advance Termite Bait System
B&G Equiptment
Bayer
Bell Laboratories Inc.
DuPont
FMC
Maxforce Cockroach Bait
NyGuard
Syngenta
Whitmire Micro-Gen Research Laboratories, Inc
Zoecon Professional Products
MGK
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The pavement ant is a common household pest. Their name comes from the fact that they usually make their
homes in pavement. During early spring, colonies attempt to conquer new areas and often attack nearby enemy
colonies. These result in huge sidewalk battles, sometimes leaving thousands of ants dead. Because of their
aggressive nature, they often invade and colonize seemingly impenetrable areas. In summer time the ants dig out
the sand in between the pavements to vent the nests.
The pavement ant is dark brown to blackish, and 2.5–4 mm
long. Like other ants there are the workers, alates, and a
queen. Alates, or new queen ants and drones, have wings,
and are twice as large as the workers.

The drone's only job is to mate with the queen, and
reproduction is at its highest in spring and summer. Like
many other ants, Pavement ants have nuptial flights where
drones fly high up in the air and mate with new queens.

The queen finds a suitable nesting location and digs a
founding chamber. As the eggs hatch and the ants develop
they will spend that time, about two to three months,
tending to the queen of their colony. They will continue
helping in the colony until they are a month old.

Older workers hunt and defend the colony. They will eat
almost anything, including insects, seeds, honeydew,
honey, bread, meats, nuts, ice cream and cheese. The
species does not pose a public health risk, but can
contaminate food and should be avoided.


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ants!!
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