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The little black ants commonly found in kitchens are known as Monomorium minimum. They are native to the United States and can be brown or black in color. More »

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To get rid of tiny ants in your home, eliminate food and water sources, close all access points to your home and use pesticide baits. Ants most frequently infest kitchens, so it is crucial to keep a kitchen as clean as p... More »

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To get rid of tiny black ants inside the home, close the ant's entrance to the home and treat the area with an insecticide or natural remedy. Natural remedies for ants include cloves, mint and diatomaceous earth. More »

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To kill ants in your kitchen, you first need to determine where they are coming from. After you have found their point of entry, you can either plant a bait of ant poison that they will take back to their nest, killing t... More »

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Silverfish and army ants have a symbiotic relationship, as silverfish will often mask themselves with the ant's chemical scent in order to infiltrate the ants' nests to access food and shelter, although the silverfish do... More »

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Food and water attract ants. Different ant species prefer different types of food, but most of them eat organic matter or nectar. This means that anything from household and garden waste to spilled soda can attract ants. More »

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Carpenter ants are anywhere from 2.4 to 13 millimeters in length, and they are black, brown, red, orange or yellow, according to Orkin. The color and size of carpenter ants vary based on the species and even within a col... More »

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