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Fire Ant Bites
Fire ants are a variety of stinging ant you probably don’t recognize if you’ve spent most of your life in the northern half of the United States. They exist mostly in the South and Southwest.
You’ll often hear people talk about fire ant “bites.” When they do so, they actually mean a fire ant sting. But people are used to talking about ant bites rather than stings, so they use the word “bite” even though it’s technically incorrect)
A fire ant bites to get a grip on it’s target, and then plunge in a venomous stinger that’s located on their abdomen. They are fiercely defensive of their mound, and while they’re not likely to kill humans, they have been known to attack small animals in hordes, with fatal results.
Humans are threatened if they’re sensitive to certain kinds of insect stings. Toddlers are always in danger if they wander onto an unseen fire ant mound because they can be attacked by hundreds of stinging ants within seconds.
When a fire ant stings, it injects a small shot of venom into its victim. The sting feels like a tiny burn: thus the name fire ants. The venom consists of an a toxic alkaloid substance.
There are almost 300 known species of fire ants. They are not native to North America. The type of fire ant that currently inhabits the Southern U.S. was accidentally introduced in the 1930s aboard a cargo ship that came from South America.
Like other ants, fire ants are characterized by three main body parts: head, thorax and abdomen. They have a copper brown head. The abdomen is somewhat darker. Their overall color can be described as generally reddish, though sometimes they look brown bordering on black.
Size varies somewhat within the same colony from one-tenth of an inch to one-quarter of an inch. Like other insects, fire ants have three pairs of legs.
Some fire ant mounds are easy to spot in the soil of your back yard or in open areas. They favor places that offer moisture, so you’re also likely to find them near rivers, ponds, lakes streams and watered lawns. They’ll try to find cover for the nest if they can, but they’ll also nest out in the open.
The mounds look like a dome-shaped pile of sand, and vary in size depending on the population of the colony. Some can grow quite high – more than a foot – and may penetrate five feet down into the ground.
Their diet consists mainly of plants, seeds and crickets or other insects that have the misfortune to land on a mound. Fire ants respond to any disturbance on the mound with incredible speed. One second you’ll see none. Moments later, hundreds are visible.
There are three types of fire ants in a colony. Each plays a different role. The queen, of course, reproduces. She will be the largest ant in the nest, and sometimes there’s more than one queen per colony. A queen can produce as many as 1500 eggs in a single say, and may live for more than five years.
Male drones aren’t quite so lucky. They only live for about three days. Their sole purpose is to mate with a queen. Worker ants do everything else. These are sterile females.
Each colony is founded by one queen, or a group of queens. When a colony is founded, a population explosion follows. Just one queen can produce thousands of descendants in as little as a month.
Though they are tiny and occupy less than half the United States, fire ants have a huge impact on the economy. The FDA estimates that fire ants account for at least five billion dollars in damages every year.
These damages include the cost of controlling them, crop and livestock losses, and of course medical treatment for bites and stings (both on humans and farm or ranch animals).
First aid for fire ant stings
A fire ant sting usually starts out as a small red bump. After a day or so (sometimes less), the bump becomes a white pustule that resembles a pimple.
It’s important not to scratch a fire ant sting. It can become infected and even leave a scar. Where there’s one fire ant sting, it’s not unusual to see more. As mentioned, they attack in hordes, and you can have multiple stings in seconds.
While fire ant stings are annoying and unattractive, they can also be deadly for certain individuals who may be allergic to the venom. Anaphylactic shock, which can cause death, is possible, though rare.
Treating a fire ant sting can involve both oral medicines and topical treatments. Hydrocortizone, a topical steroid cream, or something containing aloe vera, can be helpful. Some doctors suggest toothpaste as a quick and simple first aid strategy. A solution of 50 percent bleach and 50 percent water may also reduce pain and itching.
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