Physical Characteristics of Las Vegas fire ants
- Dark abdomen, brownish-copper head
- Measure 1/8” – 1/4” in length
- Three pairs of legs
Fire Ant Behavior
- Dirt mounds act as the Fire Ant’s nest, and are found in moist areas
- Both aggressive and venomous, fire ants attack when their nests are disrupted
- Queens can lay approximately 2000 eggs daily
Las Vegas Food Sources
- Omnivorous, preferring protein sources such as other insects
Fire Ant Life Cycle
- Larval development to adulthood spans an average of 30 days
- Workers live 1 – 6 months
- Queens have a lifespan up to 7 years
Related Fire Ant Las Vegas Information and Warnings
- Fire ants are not native to Nevada
- Attacks include multiple stings and the release of venom
- Severe reactions to stings are possible in the case of victims with a hypersensitivity to fire ant venom
- Avoid fire ant mounds and proceed with caution when near one
The best way to treat and prevent a Las Vegas infestation is to have Fischer’s Pest Control inspect the area and determine how to eliminate the ants. Contact us at 702-815-7894 for a free consultation.
- Licensed & Insured We’re Nevada state-licensed via the Department of Agriculture and fully insured. We stay current with annual continuing education. We do use hazardous chemicals, so safety for our customers and ourselves is always top priority.
- FPC Guarantee The Fischer’s Pest Control guarantee gives you peace of mind. When we exterminate, pests stay dead. If you see substantial evidence that your problem hasn’t gone away within 30 days, we’ll be back to fix it for free. Period.
- Reliable Visits We’re on time and we get the job done. Your time and ours is valuable, and we hate being late just as much as you do. If your Las Vegas property requires monthly pest control, we’ll be there every month, on time and ready to work.
- No Contracts We don’t need to get married to take care of your pest control needs. If your Las Vegas property requires monthly attention, we’ll prove our worth to you each month, over and over again. We’ve been contract-free since 2003.
- Free Estimates We know you don’t want to be charged before the pest problem is solved.