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Required information and ant identification:

How do I eradicate the ant?

Lack of hygiene at home is the main motive for the ant attack. Eating leftovers in the dishwasher, leftovers on the floor, bread crumbs on the floor and garbage are food sources for ants. An ant that enters the house with a few feeds can become a big problem that the same ants make holes, tunnels, and cracks in the walls and corners of the house.

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How important is the presence of ants in your home?

One of the biggest problems with ants is food contamination. Ants carry bacteria on their bodies. Only a few species transmit the disease, but finding any kind of ant in the barn or indoors is an unpleasant experience that causes discomfort.

Some species, such as carpenter and ants, cause more problems.

A carpenter can compensate for an ant attack by chewing tunnels through a dark wood. Ant bites, which include envenomation, can cause pain and illness, often leading to allergic reactions in some people who are sensitive to ant bites.

Controlling ants can be difficult, but there are some things you need to know about how ants’ behavior can cause you severe distress at home.

Ant spraying

Ant Entry: Ants can enter through even the narrowest gaps, looking for water or sweet or fatty foods in the kitchen or juicer or storage areas.

Aromatic effects: Ants emit an invisible chemical sequence that contains pheromones that others follow.

Nest locations: They can nest anywhere around your home. On lawns, walls, tree stumps, even under foundations.

Colony size: Colonies can be up to 300,000 to 500,000 and colonies can be destroyed quickly and move quickly if threatened.

Ant Lifespan: An ant can have a relatively long lifespan. Worker ants may live up to seven years, and the queen lives up to 15 years.

Do it yourself effectively: They often do the control themselves, killing only the ants you see. Some effective treatments can be to penetrate and destroy the nests to prevent the return of these pests. Also, home remedies are not for the fact that different types of ants need different treatments. If you see these insects in your home, contact the consultants of the spraying company so that they can take the necessary measures to spray the ants as soon as possible after visiting your home.

Ant Life Cycle

The life cycle of an ant has four distinct and very different stages from animals: eggs, larvae, pupae and adults. This is known as complete transformation. In general, it takes from a few weeks to a few months to complete the life cycle, depending on the ant species and environmental factors.

Eggs:

A female ant that mates with a successful ant will turn into a queen ant that lays eggs. The fertile queen chooses a shelter to lay a nest for spawning and begins spawning. The eggs are very small and only about half a millimeter in diameter. The eggs are also oval, white and transparent.

Larvae:

After about 1 to 2 weeks from the egg stage, the worm-shaped ant larvae hatch without eggs. At this stage, ant larvae have a large appetite, and adult ants spend most of their time feeding the larvae with food and fluids that they digest and return.

Pope:

After the larvae shed their skin, they turn into pupae. The pupae look like adults, except for the legs and antennae, which are compressed into several layers on the body. At first, ant pupae are usually white, but slowly their color darkens. Depending on the type of ant, the pup may be placed in a protective cover.

Adult:

When the pup stage is complete, the adult ant comes on the scene. At the time of departure, the adult ant is fully grown, but as it ages, its color darkens. Adult ants are one of three different colonies. These three parts: the queen, the worker ants and the males. The female queen lays eggs and lays all the eggs in the colony. Worker ants are the same sterile females that do not reproduce, but collect food.

It is their job to feed the larvae and to maintain and clean the nest. Wingless worker ants search for food or defend the colony against invaders. Male ants are winged, but all they do is mate with the queen.

The best way to completely eliminate these pests is ant spraying, one of the most important of which is to entrust this task to a specialized and skilled company, including sprayers, which will do this in the best possible way.

Types of ants:

Acrobat ants, Argentine ants, Big ants, Crazy Caribbean ants, Carpenter ants, Compact ants, Crazy ants, Wicker ants, Fire ants, House odorous ants, Walking ants, Ants, Ants, Heroes , Yellow ants, white-footed ants

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