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News Network (ENN), United States, Monday, November
29, 1999 - South American fire ants reside on more
than 300 million acres of U.S. soil. The ants
attack anything that disturbs their colonies, making
them a threat to small children who have slow reaction
to the ants' sting. The ants alsocause
potholes by undermining roads and can destroy electrical
NEWSONLINE, Australia, Monday, October 22, 2001
- Six months after the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis
invicta) was discovered in Brisbane, a
$123 million five year effort has commenced
to wipe the species out from our island continent.
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Some people think that seeing ants
inside the home is normal. Well, you better think again!
"Over 10,000 people
seek medical attention for ants' stings each year, according
to Oregon Department of Agriculture"
Fire ants are aggressive and
will repeatedly sting anything that disturbs them. Characteristics
of a sting include intense
burning and itching which usually subsides within
1 hour. However, the itching
may return periodically over the next several days or
more. Within the next 4 hours, a blister forms
at the site of a sting. A white pustule forms in a day
or so. Treatment is aimed at preventing secondary bacterial
infection, which occurs easily if the pustule is scratched
On rare occasions, anaphylaxis,
or a generalized, systemic allergic reaction to the
fire ant stings, can occur. This is usually in
persons who have been sensitized by previous stings.
Symptoms include flushing,
general hives, swelling of the face, eyes or throat,
chest pains, nausea, severe sweating, loss of breath
or slurred speech. Some people are allergic to
the sting and in rare cases, can
If you're seeing ants on
a regular basis then there is likely a problem within. The question
is "How serious is
According to G.R. Nielsen, Former Extension
Entomologist, Plant and Soil Science Department, Carpenter
ants attack parts of dwellings, other buildings, and power
and telephone poles where excessive moisture accumulates.
The ants enter wood through cracks
or normal cleavages, such as between siding and sheathing
or between flooring and subflooring, and mine (tunnel) to
form living quarters. Especially
vulnerable are porchess, roofing, and areas near kitchens
and bathrooms where water from leakage or condensation may
be trapped and absorbed by wood.
Power and telephone poles and building
foundation timbers in contact with the ground absorb large
amounts of moisture from the soil and are thus very susceptible
to ant attacks.
Dangerous South American fire ants
have invaded one of Australia's largest cities, and officials
are concerned the insects will migrate farther. The fire ant
has a savage bite that can kill people who suffer allergic
reactions to its venom, the Queensland State Department of
Primary Industries said Tuesday.
The ant can also cause root damage
to some crops, the department said. Ian Douglas, the department's
manager of emergency response, said three sites in the state
capital Brisbane have been infested with thousands of fire
ants, and there have been hundreds of suspected sightings.
Some people have been stung by the ants, but no deaths have
been reported, he said. The ants look like normal garden variety
ants, ranging in size from a tenth of an inch to around a
quarter inch - but they are more aggressive than most of their
cousins, Mr. Douglas said. ''If the nest is disturbed they
tend to fly out very aggressively to protect the nest,'' and
their bite leaves a circular pattern on the skin, Douglas
is quoted by The Associated Press as saying.
According to Mr. Douglas, the
ants probably entered Australia by cargo ship up to two years
ago. They can migrate up to 12 miles a year, he added.
The fire ant originated in South America, but spread to the
United States in the 1930s. It has also been discovered in
south-east Asia, Central America, Papua New Guinea and West
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