Carpenter ant is a member of Formicidae family, ranging between 8 and 21 mm. The most common variety is black. Carpenter ants excavate small tunnels and galleries in soft wood or foam insulation. They play an important role in the forest ecosystem.
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Carpenter Ants - by Barb Ogg, Ph.D., Extension Educator, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension in Lancaster County.
Controlling Carpenter Ants - by P.J. Pellitteri, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Carpenter Ants - by Mike Potter, Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.
Carpenter Ants by F.B. Peairs, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
Carpenter Ant Control - by Michael Merchant, Ph.D., Urban Entomologist, Texas Agricultural Extension Service.
What's Bugging You? - Carpenter Ant - by Tom Ellis, Department of Entomology, Michigan State University.
Carpenter Ants - prepared by Jonathan M. Sargent, Entomology Graduate Extension Assistant; Patricia A. Zungoli, Extension Entomologist; and Eric P. Benson, Extension Entomologist, Clemson University.
Compact carpenter ant - Camponotus planatus - by John Warner and Rudolf H. Scheffrahn, University of Florida.
Carpenter Ants by Darryl P. Sanders, Department of Entomology, University of Missouri-Columbia
Carpenter Ants - by Dewey M. Caron University of Delaware Cooperative Extension Entomologist.
Camponotus pennsylvanicus (Carpenter Ants) - by Stuart M Bennett.
Camponotus pennsylvanicus (North American Carpenter Ant): Narrative - by Jennifer Roof, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, University of Michigan.
Carpenter Ants by Susan M. Grupp, Horticulture Educator, University of Illinois Extension
Carpenter Ant Factsheet - by the University of Maine.
Carpenter Ants by G.R. Nielsen, Former Extension Entomologist, Plant and Soil Science Department University of Vermont Extension
Carpenter Ants - prepared by Sharon J. Collman, Former County Extension Agent, Dr. Laurel Hansen, Spokane Falls Community College, Dr. Roger Aker, Department of Entomology, Washington State University (deceased), Dr. Arthur L. Antonelli, Extension Specialist, Washington State University.
Carpenter Ants by William F. Lyon, Ohio State University
Integrated Pest Management for Carpenter Ants - by Kathleen Sharpe and Carolyn Klass, Urban IPM Program, Cornell University.
Controlling Carpenter Ants - prepared by Jack DeAngelis, Extension entomologist, and Joseph Capizzi, Extension entomologist, emeritus; Oregon State University.
Carpenter Ants - Safe and Sensible Pest Control - from Government of British Columbia, Integrated Pest Management Program.
Carpenter Ants by Smithsonian Institution
Carpenter Ant by Virginia Cooperative Extension
Carpenter Ants - from Forest Preserve District of Cook County Nature Bulletin No. 598.
Carpenter Ants by University of Toronto
Carpenter Ants by Jack DeAngelis, Oregon State University
Termites and Carpenter Ants - by University of Connecticut Integrated Pest Management Program.
Carpenter Ants by Donald Lewis, Department of Entomology Iowa State University
Carpenter Ants - prepared by Dr. John B. Simeone, emeritus professor, in cooperation with Dr. Lawrence P. Abrahamson, Faculty of Environmental and Forest Biology, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry and Carolyn Klass, Department of Entomology, New York State College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at Cornell University.
Protecting Your Home from Carpenter Ants - by Philip Dickey.
Carpenter Ants - Penn State Entomology Department Fact Sheet - authored by William Bode, Research Associate, Steve Jacobs, Sr. Extension Associate.
Florida Carpenter Ants - by the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Science.
Carpenter Ant by the Honey Bee Laboratory at Penn State University
Fact Sheet on Ants - by Jack Arnott.
Carpenter Ants from Atlantic Region Green Lane - Environment Canada
Carpenter Ants by Jack Hudson
Detecting Carpenter Ant Nests
Carpenter Ant by Ohio Historical Society
Control of Carpenter Ants - by Colorado State University.
Carpenter Ant Treatments - by Bob and Tom Kerns.
Carpenter Ant Images - by Jim Kalisch, Department of Entomology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Scanning Electron Microscopy of a Carpenter Ant - by Kirsa Upton.
Carpenter Ant on Treadmill
Digital Microscope Carpenter Ant Photos - by P.C.S. Gulf Islands.
Carpenter ant damage and Carpenter ant tunneling - by University of Minnesota, Department of Entomology.
Carpenter Ant image from University of Florida
Carpenter Ant by Forestry Images
Carpenter Ant by Joe Warfel
Carpenter Ant by Wisconsin's School Integrated Pest Management Manual
Carpenter Ant (Genus Camponotus) - by Eddie Dunbar.
Directories - Hubs
Ants - by DMOZ.
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Carpenter Ants - prepared by Jonathan M. Sargent, Graduate Extension Assistant, Patricia A. Zungoli, Extension Entomologist/Professor, and Eric P. Benson, Extension Entomologist/Associate Professor, Department of
Entomology, Clemson University.
Integrated Pest Management in Schools Project: Carpenter Ants - from Washington State Department of Ecology.
Carpenter Ants by Roger E. Gold and Grady J. Glenn
Living With Carpenter Ants - by Rebecca Williams.
Carpenter Ants by James S. Bowman, Extension Specialist, Entomology
Carpenter Ant by Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour
News archives - Press releases
Carpenter Ants a Nuisance But Not Much of a Threat - by Penn State University, Agricultural Information Services.
Aphid-infested shrubs provide food for carpenter ants - by Carol Savonen.
Carpenter Ants by PCO Services
Oligogyny by unrelated queens in the carpenter ant, Camponotus ligniperdus - by Jürgen Gadau, Pia J. Gertsch, Jürgen Heinze, Pekka Pamilo, Bert Hölldobler.
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