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Yellowish to brown; about 1/16 to 1/32 inch long; antennae have 10 segments.
Nests occur in a great variety of locations outside the home, especially under rocks; may nest indoors in cracks and cupboards.
Feed on immature forms of other ants and insects; also attracted to greasy or high protein foods such as cheese and animal matter.
Queens lay over 100 eggs, which incubate for 16 to 28 days. Larval stage may last 21 days in summer, but can also last through the winter.
Small and difficult to detect. Very persistent, and difficult to control.
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