a black or brown ant of the genus Camponotus that nests in the wood of decaying or dead trees in which it bores tunnels for depositing its eggs.
Carpenter ants (Camponotus spp.) are large ants indigenous to many forested
parts of the world. They build nests inside wood consisting of galleries chewed ...
Inspection. The first step to controlling Carpenter Ants is inspection, to determine
if they are located outside and simply foraging inside, or if you have a colony or ...
Carpenter Ants - Among the largest ants, from 1/4- to 3/8-inch long. The most
common species is black, but some have reddish or yellowish coloration.
This University of Kentucky site offers detailed information about behavior and
physiology of the common carpenter ant.
Carpenter ants are among the largest ants in Minnesota. There are several
species of carpenter ants that may be found infesting homes and other buildings.
Photographs and information on the Florida carpenter ant or bull ant and the
Tortugas carpenter ant, their description, pest status, foraging and feeding, nest ...
Carpenter ants are one of natures most aggressive wood destroyers. Similar to
termites, carpenter ants damage wood. Unlike termites however, carpenter ants ...
The black carpenter ant is a common invader of homes in the northeastern
United States. In their natural habitat, carpenter ants aid in the decomposition of