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About 600 species of ants reside in the United States, but none is perhaps more infamous than the large black carpenter ant (Camponotus pennsylvanicus).

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Carpenter ants are one of the largest and most common ants in Michigan. Unlike termites, they only nest in wood and do not eat it.

entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/urban/ants/fl_carpenter_ants.htm

Myers, and the greater Miami area), Klotz et al. 1995 found that infestations of Florida carpenter ants accounted for approximately 20% of all ant complaints by ...

agrilife.org/aes/files/2014/06/Carpenter-Ants.pdf

Winged carpenter ants resemble winged termites and, in Texas, it is not uncommon for both of these wood-destroying insects to swarm at the same time.

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Carpenter ants are large black or brown insects in wingless and winged forms (Figures 1 and 2). Winged carpenter ants often are mistaken for termites (Figure 3) ...

ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-2063

Oct 6, 2017 ... Carpenter ants are so-named because these social insects excavate galleries in wood to create nest sites. They use their strong jaws ...

www.si.edu/spotlight/buginfo/carpenter-ants

Definition. Carpenter ants are found throughout the world, and there are many different species. The Black Carpenter Ant, Camponotus pennsylvanicus, ...

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Carpenter ants are a group of ant species in the genus Camponotus. They nest in wood and create smooth tunnels and galleries, hence, the name carpenter ants ...

www.idph.state.il.us/envhealth/pccarpenterants.htm

While carpenter ants do not eat wood, large colonies can be destructive; however, are more of a nuisance than a threat to structural integrity. Carpenter Ant ...

lancaster.unl.edu/pest/ants/cants.shtml

Both species of Carpenter ants nest in wood and are often associated with moisture problems. In structures, they are often found where water has leaked and ...

www.pestworld.org/pest-guide/ants/carpenter-ants

What is a carpenter ant? ... Carpenter ants get their name from their nest building, where they will excavate the wood and form smooth tunnels inside of the wood.