Tawny Crazy Ants: A Texas-Size Problem
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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Tawny crazy ants are expanding their range in Texas. They are an extreme nuisance as they nest in structures, damage and destroy electrical equipment, infest hay bales, destroy honeybee colonies, and kill other insects in the areas they invade. This tri-fold brochure explains how to identify tawny crazy ants, their biology and behavior, and what individuals can do to help prevent their spread to new areas.
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