Argentine Ants: This ant is much smaller, will set up quarters in the ground, in cracks in concrete walls, even among belongings in human dwellings.
Carpenter Ant: Carpenter ants are among the largest ants, black, but some species have reddish or yellowish coloration. Carpenter ants reside both outdoors and indoors in moist, decaying or hollow wood.
Fire Ant: Most identify this pest by the appearance of the mound. The painful sting of the fire ant’s bite is another good indicator, but not recommended as a method of identification. Fire ants build mounds in almost any type of soil, but they prefer open sunny areas such as pastures, parks, lawns, and fields.
Ghost Ant: The ghost ant is small, with average lengths ranging between 1.3 to 2.0 millimeters (0.051 to 0.079 in) in workers. Due to its small size and light color, the ghost ant is difficult to see.
Rover Ant: is a small dark reddish-brown species with pale tarsi and mandibles and brownish-yellow antennae. They are known to enter houses, hospitals, schools, or other man-made structures to forage and/or nest. Nests being found in the structure of the buildings, especially in bathrooms and kitchens, in light sockets and in electrical outlets, inside cinder blocks of exterior walls, and under shingles.
Tawny Crazy Ant: The tawny crazy ant is an invasive species. They are reddish-brown in color. Tawny crazy ants are omnivores – meaning they will consume just about any sweet or protein substances. Crazy ants build nests under almost any object or inside any void that remains moist. Favored locations may be stumps, damp soil, rocks, landscape timbers, potted plants and piles of debris, compost and garbage.
White Footed Ant: White footed ants are tiny. These ants are difficult to control, fortunately, they are not "Impossible" to control when you use the proper insecticide.