Sugar Ant

Sugar Ant (Camponotus Consobrinus)

Appearance

  • This species varies greatly in shape, size and colour.
  • Range in size from 2.5 to 15 mm, and are some of the most visible ants due to their size and bright colouring.

Life Cycle

  • The ant’s life cycle has four phases: egg, larva, pupa and adult.

Habits

  • Often nests in a variety of sites, ranging from holes in wood to the roots of plants, twigs of trees and shrubs, between rocks or in the soil.
  • They can be seen during the day; however, they are most active at night.
  • They are unable to sting, but they do possess strong mandibles, which can bite. In self-defense, these ants are also able to spray acid from their abdomens to deter predators.
  • They feed on dead and live insects, as well as household waste. They are attracted by sweet food.
  • They rarely enter houses.

ANTS

Customer satisfaction is important to us, and we guarantee to control your pest problem quickly, safely and in an environmentally friendly manner.

Servicing All ACT suburbs & surrounding areas without the harsh chemicals!

TOP SEVEN COMMON PESTS

Our general pest treatment deals with the top SEVEN most common pests around your home in the one visit saving you time, money and keeping your environment safe.

These pests are spiders, cockroaches, silverfish, slaters, clothes moths, earwigs & millipedes.

We service the ACT and surrounding areas

Gungahlin

Belconnen

Canberra City

South Canberra

Jerrabomberra

Weston Creek

Woden Valley

Tuggeranong

** Queanbeyan, Murrumbateman & NSW local areas.