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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

Signs of Infestation of Little Yellow Ants

Tips for Prevention of Little Yellow Ants

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