Pharaoh 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 Pharaoh 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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Pharaoh ants forage both day and night, often going undetected due to their small size and cryptic habits.  Their
trails are often hidden behind baseboards, cabinets, and walls where the ants use wires and pipes to travel.  Trails
sometimes become evident when they emerge from electrical outlets and plumbing fixtures.
Pharaoh ants are anywhere from 1/12 to 1/16 inch long,
with light tan to reddish bodies. In hospitals, they have been
suspected to be carriers of more than a dozen pathogenic
bacteria including Staphylococcus, Salmonella,
Pseudomonas and Clostridium. These ants do not sting and
usually do not bite.

Pharaoh ants are omnivorous, feeding on sweets (jelly,
particularly mint apple jelly, sugar, honey, etc.), cakes and
breads, and greasy or fatty foods (pies, butter, liver and
bacon). Nests are found rarely outdoors and almost anywhere
indoors (light sockets, potted plants, wall voids, attics, in any
cracks and crevices), particularly close to sources of warmth
and water.


Colonies consist of one to several hundred queen ants,
sterile female worker ants, periodically produced winged
male and female reproductive ants (sexuals) and brood
(develop-mental stages). These ants do not swarm. Colonies
multiply by “budding,” in which a large part of an existing
colony migrates carrying brood to a new nesting site.
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