The odorous house ant gets its name from the strong, rotten coconut-like smell it gives off when crushed.

The odorous house ant gets its name from the strong, rotten coconut-like smell it gives off when crushed.

How to Get Rid of Odorous House Ants (6 Steps) | eHow

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How to Get Rid of Odorous House Ants (6 Steps) | eHow

Get Rid of Stinky Odorous House Ants #houseants #pestcontrol #doityourself

How to Get Rid of Stinky Odorous House Ants

Get Rid of Stinky Odorous House Ants #houseants #pestcontrol #doityourself

How to Get Rid of Odorous House Ants | eHow

How to Remove Scratch Marks From Stainless Steel

Odorous House Ants?  - Solenopsis molesta - BugGuide.Net

Odorous House Ants? - Solenopsis molesta - BugGuide.Net

To eliminate ants from your home, you have to attack the root of the problem. That’s why Combat targets the entire colony.

To eliminate ants from your home, you have to attack the root of the problem. That’s why Combat targets the entire colony.

Learn what to do if you are overrun by common ants such as Argentine ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Stop Ants Before They Invade Your Home

Learn what to do if you are overrun by common ants such as Argentine ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Image TA3100: Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Common odorous house ant larva (Tapinoma sessile). Odorous house ants are common household pests that usually feed on sweets, but also on grease and protein. These small (3 millimeter long) dark brown ants derive their name from the disagreeable odor, similar to that of rotten coconuts, that is given off when worker ants are crushed. Found throughout the U. S, these ants usually nest outdoors and prefer sweet honeydew produced by…

TA3100: Odorous house ant larva, SEM

Image TA3100: Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Common odorous house ant larva (Tapinoma sessile). Odorous house ants are common household pests that usually feed on sweets, but also on grease and protein. These small (3 millimeter long) dark brown ants derive their name from the disagreeable odor, similar to that of rotten coconuts, that is given off when worker ants are crushed. Found throughout the U. S, these ants usually nest outdoors and prefer sweet honeydew produced by…

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