Appearance:From light to dark brown, about one-tenth inch long with segmented antennae.
Habits:Readily adaptable and can nest in a great variety of situations; colonies are massive, and may contain hundreds of queens; nests are usually located in moist soil, next to or under buildings, along sidewalks or beneath boards. Travel in trails; forage day and night.
Diet:Omnivorous; can eat almost anything; prefer sweet foods
Reproduction:Eggs are white, laid in summer; larvae emerge after about 28 days; adult stage reached in about 74 days.
Other Information:Has no significant natural enemy in the United States.
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