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Carpenter Ant
Nom en latin:Camponotus Pennsylvanicus
Grandeur:6 à 13mm de long

Carpenter Ant

Description:
Carpenter ants are omnivorous, feeding on plant and animal matter in nature, but does not disdain the sweet food, so we can see the house in search of food.

Alimentation:
Carpenter ants are omnivorous, feeding on plant and animal matter in nature, but does not disdain the sweet food, so we can see the house in search of food.

Habit:
Carpenter ants moved into the house when they find a damp place in the structure where they begin to dig tunnels to house. The ants do not eat wood, they dig in for space requirements.

Reproduction:
The queen and male mating flight (spin), usually in May The abdomen of the queen has a sclerotized, small pocket, which contains sperm. This small container produces nutrients that keep the seed alive for several years, so the queen can lay thousands of eggs without having to mate again.