General Info: Pavement ants will eat just about anything: cheese, meat, nuts, bread, seeds, fruit, honey, and other insects.
- Length: 1/16″ – 1/8″
- Region Found: Mostly in the Eastern US and Pacific Coast.
- Residential Location: Most likely to be found in masonry walls, meaning brick or concrete block walls. They can also be found along pavement (surprise, surprise!) insulation, and near stones and rocks.
- Random/Interesting Fact: Pavement Ants are known to climb brick walls in excess of 30′ high in search of food for the colony.
- Identification: Like many species of small ants, Pavement Ants are difficult to identify with the naked eye. If it’s small, brown, and found near bricks, pavement, or concrete, you might have a pavement ant.