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The deBugged blog explores the weirdest ants throughout the world, including the bulldog ant, trap jaw ant and more unique species.
Seeing ants in your home? Check out this infographic to find out where ants could be entering and where they like to hide out. The experts
Our chart outlines the top 7 species of ants you may encounter this year in the United States, and areas where you’re likely to spot them in your home.
Can you prevent ants from invading your home with cinnamon? Our entomologist tackles this Internet DIY solution and tells you if it is true.
One of the most common ants in New England is the carpenter ant. Learn why carpenter ants pose a risk to property owners.
Finding insect nests on your property can be scary, but knowing how to identify different nests can help you fix the problem.
Found throughout the southern U.S., fire ants pack a powerful punch. Our fire ant experts tell you what all about these stinging pests.
Have you seen tiny ants in the house? Read about tiny black ants, how to get rid of tiny ants, and more from the experts at Ehrlich Pest Control.
Ants may be a common pest, but they are quite unique. After reading these fun facts about ants, you will never look at ants the same way.
Fire ants are land insects by nature, but when hurricanes and flash floods force them from their tunnel homes, you might see something else.
Termites and carpenter ants are often confused. However, you can tell the difference by looking at their wings, behavior, and what they eat.
Why are you seeing ants this early in this spring? Technical Service Manager, Dr. Godfrey Nalyanya has the answer about early ant activity.
Why do ants keep coming back? You thought you got rid of them last year, yet here they are again. Ehrlich can help get rid of them for good.
When it comes to do-it-yourself ant control, there are a lot of myths out there about how to get rid of ants. Our experts debug 5 of them.