Crazy Ant Control and Elimination Services
Licensed and Regulated by: Texas Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 12847, Austin, TX, 78711-2847   
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Fort Worth based Assassin
Exterminating is able to provide
superior Crazy Ant Elimination and
Control results by only using the
highest quality products available to
Pest Management Professionals.  We
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The name crazy ant arises from its characteristic erratic and rapid movement, and habit of not following trails as
often as other ants. A crazy ant nest site can be found by looking for workers carrying food back to the nest.
Workers are omnivorous, feeding on live and dead insects,
seeds, honeydew, fruits, plant exudate's, and many
household foods. The crazy ant thrives in places such as
gasoline stations, convenience stores, and sidewalk cafés
where workers may be seen transporting crumbs and insects
attracted to lights.

They apparently have a seasonal preference for a
high-protein diet, and during the summer months may
refuse honey or sugar baits. They are attracted to honeydew
producing in the spring and fall. They obtain honeydew by
tending aphids, mealybugs, and soft scales.

Large prey items are carried by a highly concerted group
action. The crazy ant is highly adaptable, living in both very
dry and rather moist habitats. The crazy ant often nests some
distance away from its foraging area. It nests in such places
as trash, refuse, cavities in plants and trees, rotten wood, in
soil under objects and also have been found under debris left
standing in buildings for long periods of time.
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