Is a species which can be usually found in buildings and under paths or rockeries, throwing out piles of soil and debris. They are 1.5-3.0 mm in length and light brown in colour. They have both major and minor solider castes with major caste having a relatively huge head. They eat proteins and fats.
A species with similar nesting habits to coastal brown ants. They are 2.0-3.0 MM in size and brown in colour. There is distinct odour of formic acid when they are crushed. They prefer high protein foods.
A species which will nest inside or outside. They are 2.5-3.0mm in size and black with pale amber tarsi. They will eat a range of foods but prefer sweet materials.
A species which normally nests in the ground, under bark or in decaying wood. They will also nest in roof voids or other building cavities. They are shiny black and 2.0-3.0mm long. They prefer sweet foods.