The Tawny Crazy Ant, Nylanderia fulva, in Georgia (C 1064) University of Georgia Extension The Tawny crazy ant is a highly invasive species from South America. It was introduced into port cities in Florida and Texas. It was detected in Albany, GA, in August 2013 and in Camden and Glynn counties in Georgia in August 2014. The ant somewhat resembles the invasive Argentine ant. This circular is meant to help homeowners and pest management professionals identify the Tawny crazy ant and differentiate it from the Argentine ant (also known as 'sugar ants'). 2015-05-19 11:55:20.38 2015-05-19 11:52:41.473 Urban Entomology Pest Series: The Tawny Crazy Ant, Nylanderia fulva, in Georgia | Publications | UGA Extension Skip to content

The Tawny Crazy Ant, Nylanderia fulva, in Georgia (C 1064)

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The Tawny crazy ant is a highly invasive species from South America. It was introduced into port cities in Florida and Texas. It was detected in Albany, GA, in August 2013 and in Camden and Glynn counties in Georgia in August 2014. The ant somewhat resembles the invasive Argentine ant. This circular is meant to help homeowners and pest management professionals identify the Tawny crazy ant and differentiate it from the Argentine ant (also known as 'sugar ants').

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Published on Mar 19, 2015