Argentine 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 Argentine 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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Argentine ants are light to dark brown and generally nest outdoors. They can develop enormous populations,
with large colonies that are comprised of many nests containing hundreds of queens and many thousands of
workers. These ants will set up quarters in the ground, in cracks in concrete walls, in spaces between boards and
timbers, even among belongings in human dwellings. In natural areas, they generally nest shallowly in loose leaf
litter or beneath small stones, due to their poor ability to dig deeper nests. However, if a deeper nesting ant
species abandons their nest,
The worker ants are about 3 millimetres (0.12 in) long and
can easily squeeze through cracks and holes no more than 1
millimetre (0.039 in) in size.

Argentine ant colonies will readily take over the other
Argentine ant space. They have been extraordinarily
successful, in part, because different nests of the introduced
Argentine ants seldom attack or compete with each other,
unlike most other species of ant. In their introduced range,
their genetic makeup is so uniform that individuals from one
nest can mingle in a neighboring nest without being
attacked. Thus, in most of their introduced range they form
"supercolonies".

Some ants have an extraordinary social organization, called
unicoloniality, whereby individuals mix freely among
physically separated nests. This type of social organization is
not only a key attribute responsible for the ecological
domination of these ants, but also an evolutionary paradox
and a potential problem for kin selection theory because
relatedness between nest mates is effectively zero.
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