(Length: 1/20″ – 1/14″) These tiny two-toned ants are most common in southern Florida. Their head and thorax are black and the rest of their body is a pale grey color. They have a tendency of suddenly appearing and disappearing. They are very fast and will scatter erratically when disturbed. They do not sting and are highly attracted to sweets. Because they are so small they often enter through the tiniest of gaps the size of the tip of a pin. They seek water in kitchens and bathrooms and can nest virtually anywhere inside a home.