Pest & Property Solutions Ltd

35 Llanrumney Avenue

Llanrumney

Cardiff

CF3 4BQ


OFFICE: 02922 404605

ONSITE: 07825 722312

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Pest & Property Solutions Ltd 2024 all rights reserved. Incorporated in England and Wales. Company Registration No 13412263  VAT 463 3281 95

Registered Office Address: 35 Llanrumney Avenue, Llanrumney, Cardiff, CF3 4BQ. GDPR Compliancy Statement

Our Services

- Drone Surveys

- Roof & Gutter Cleaning

- Intelligent Bird Scaring

- Rodent Control

- Rodent Proofing

- Wasp Nest Removal


OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Qualified & professional pest control technicians covering Cardiff and surrounding areas.


24 HOUR CALL OUT

We are available 24 hours per day 7 days per week if needed.

Out of Hours premiums apply.


- Insect Control

- Flea & Bedbug Control

- Bird Proofing

- Wildlife Control

- Guano Cleaning

- Disinfectant Cleaning


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Black Ants

Black ants, scientifically known as Formica Fusca, are a fascinating species that play crucial roles in ecosystems worldwide. These industrious insects are social beings, forming colonies with a structured hierarchy that ensures efficient cooperation and survival.

One notable feature of black ants is their distinctive coloration, which serves various purposes. The dark hue provides protection from ultraviolet radiation and helps in thermo-regulation, allowing them to thrive in diverse environments. Their small size and agile bodies make them adept at navigating through intricate habitats.

Black ant colonies are organized societies, typically consisting of a queen, male ants, and worker ants. The queen's primary role is reproduction, laying eggs to sustain the colony. Worker ants, female and sterile, carry out various tasks, including foraging for food, caring for the young, and defending the nest. This division of labour ensures the colony's functionality and resilience.

Foraging is a critical activity for black ants. They display a keen sense of scent and use pheromone trails to communicate and guide others to food sources. This cooperative behaviour enhances the efficiency of resource collection and enables them to adapt to changing environmental conditions.

Black ants contribute to ecosystem balance by acting as decomposers and predators. They play a vital role in recycling organic matter by feeding on dead insects and decaying plant material. Additionally, their predatory behaviour helps control other insect populations, influencing the dynamics of the ecosystems they inhabit.

The resilience and adaptability of black ants are evident in their ability to establish colonies in diverse environments, from forests to urban areas. Their nests, often located underground, provide protection from predators and environmental extremes. This adaptability has contributed to their widespread distribution and success as a species.

While black ants are essential for ecosystem health, they can also be considered pests in human environments. Their foraging activities may lead them into households in search of food, causing inconvenience to residents.

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