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  • Martin Kroupa

Flying Ants 2015

Top-peak temperatures amidst summer normally trigger mating in Common Black Ants. In Scotland, it usually falls onto July.

Spring of 2015 was quite cold and start of the summer has been slow therefore a delay in the life-cycle of garden ants is likely. While ants’ nests are now showing developmental progress - with eggs, larvae and pupae present, there are no signs of the flying form of ants observed yet (aspiring queens and ant males mating on the wing). Where foraging ant workers are visible now, swarms of flying ants may be expected soon.

Basic information on Common Black Ant such as habitat, biology and importance, along with quotes for effective ant removal treatments, description of the treatments, pre-treatment and after-treatment advice can be looked up on dedicated pages within Czechmate Pest Control website.

Ant control service of Czechmate Pest Control is available for residential and business customers across the West of Scotland, including South Ayrshire, East Ayrshire, North Ayrshire, Inverclyde, East Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, Glasgow City, North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire. Full pest control service coverage includes Ayr, Irvine, Kilmarnock, Paisley, Greenock, Kirkintilloch, Airdrie, Lanark, Glasgow City, Barrhead and all surrounding areas. Book a call out for same day visit and delivery of efficient pest control service any day of the week.

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