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Little Yellow Ants

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Appearance and Size Facts

  • 2 millimeters in length
  • Does not bite or sting
  • Difficult to detect before reaching high population density
  • Attracted to sweet, sugary substances
  • Native to Madagascar; invasive in several Caribbean islands and more recently, South Florida

Behavior and Habitat of Little Yellow Ants

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Signs of Infestation of Little Yellow Ants

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Tips for Prevention of Little Yellow Ants

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Little Yellow Ant Gallery

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