Camponotus

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Camponotus

ant genus, second intermediate host to the flukes Dicrocoelium spp.
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I've had trouble with carpenter ants, and frankly, I've had no luck with consumer-grade solutions.
But Ophiocordyceps unilateralis is a stone-cold killer of carpenter ants, and it manipulates its hapless victims in an especially grisly way.
In addition to this carpenter ant, four other exotic species were collected at the site, including T.
The baits tested included the two abamectin formulations (Advance Granular Carpenter Ant Bait and Advance Granular Ant Bait), hydramethylnon (Maxforce), and spinosad (NAF-464).
A carpenter ant such as myself, for example, really appreciates a place like this.
winged forms workers larvae or Carpenter ant black; keep wings black white; no legs and during swarm carried by workers Termite dark brown, lose white white; have legs wings in swarm and run when nest is exposed
Natural history and foraging behavior of the carpenter ant Camponotus sericeiventris Guerin, 1838 (Formicinae, Campotonini) in the Brazilian tropical savanna.
On 20 April 2011, SRD collected a live Pecos bluntnose shiner (Notropis simus pecosensis, 59-mm standard length) in the Pecos River near the confluence of Willow Creek, Chaves County, New Mexico, with a large, major-worker, carpenter ant (Camponotus vicinus; width of head, 3.
Growth happens on the tree's outer rings The hole or cavity won't refill because when a part of a tree is dead, it's dead It's very difficult to determine whether a tree will die from carpenter ant or termite damage A professional, licensed arborist can took at it more closely to help identify the specific cause of the problem and recommend possible treatment options.