Acrobat 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 Acrobat Ant Elimination
and Control results by only using
the highest quality products
available to Pest Management
Professionals.  We proudly utilize
products from the following
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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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A key feature in recognizing acrobat ants is the heart-shaped abdomen that is raised well above the main body
when disturbed. This is a defense posture used to avert enemies. Acrobat Ants nest in decaying tree stumps,
fallen trees and limbs. They live in old carpenter ant galleries, termite galleries, in house voids, in walls and
especially in voids around doors and window frames and in insulation.
Acrobat ants range in color from yellow brown to black.
Workers are about 1/8 inch long.

Typically, colonies of acrobat ants are small with a single
queen. However, some colonies are rather large and may
have thousands of individuals. Colonies are formed after the
males and females unite in nuptial flights. Inseminated
queens select a nesting site in decaying wood, stumps or
logs, and then proceed to make a cavity and lay eggs for the
first brood.

As the first workers bring in food to the queen, larger batches
of eggs are laid and the colonies grow stronger as new, more
rigorous workers emerge to assume their tasks in queen
care, cleaning, expanding the nest and foraging for colony
food.
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