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Argentine Ants C 926

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Dan Suiter, Extension Entomologist
Brian T. Forschler, Associate Professor

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This publication was reviewed on Mar 19, 2014.

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Argentine ant infestations are often more common during uncommonly hot, dry summers. Warm temperatures accelerate and promote colony growth, and may lead to larger than normal ant populations.

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