Flying ants are often mistaken for termites. You should understand the differences between these two species of insects, to know which elimination techniques will be the most effective. In this article we’re going to look at the causes of flying ants to better understand how to deal with the problem.

When you have flying ants in house, the most important thing to realize is that these winged insects are not termites. Termites have two body segments-a head and a body, whereas ants have three segments-a head, an abdomen and a thorax. Termites also have straight and hairy antennas whereas ants have curly, hairless antennas.

Ants with wings are ants on a mission. While most don’t have wings, you may have seen swarms of of these winged insects…

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