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Texas is a great place to live or visit. But, whether you live in the Lone Star state, or you're just visiting, here are six bugs you'll want to avoid.
Red imported fire ants are much more than a nuisance to the residents of Houston. The impact of this ant in the State of Texas has created a serious problem, costing an estimated $1.2 billion each year. The red imported fire ant is no respecter of persons, attacking urban, agricultural and wildlife areas. This red ant poses a tremendous health risk to humans, animals and plants.