Carpenter Ants are large and dark in color. The carpenter ants habitat is moist wood.Carpenter ants can nest in and damage wood. Acrobat ants are small and brownish-yellow in appearance. Acrobat ants food source consists of nectar, plant sap and insects. The acrobat ant can be found living under wood, debris or moist decaying wood. Acrobat ants can have an impact on your home structure. Argentine ants are brown and small in appearance. Argentine ants food source consist of anything humans eat. The Argentine ant lives in high humidity environments. Argentine ants can produce a foul musty odor when crushed. The odorous house ant is dark brown to black and are very small in appearance. Odorous house ants food source consists of meats, vegetables and sweets. The odorous house ant lives outdoors, under stones and indoors in wall spaces. Odorous house ants are common in kitchens and may contaminate food. Pavement ants are miniature, reddish-brown to black in appearance. The pavement ants food source consists of plant roots and seeds, fats and grease. The pavement ant lives beneath gravel, pavement or concrete slabs. Pavement ants scatter and may bite wen nests are disturbed. The pharaoh ant is small and light to golden brown in appearance. The pharaoh ants food source consists of fats and sweets and even non-food items like soap. Pharaoh ants live in dark, warm areas near water sources. Pharaoh ants may transmit germs and pathogens that cause disease. The thief ant is a shiny yellow and very small in appearance. The thief ants food source consists of fats and proteins. The thief ant lives in areas where grease and moisture accumulate. Thief ants are small enough to penetrate sealed packages and contaminate food.