"Over 60 households in the Bellevuegården in Malmö is affected by faraomyror – ants originally come from tropical countries in Africa. Despite decontamination, have the pests have not gone away, writes Home & Rent."
"Then in the summer have several homes belonging to the trustee Stena cleaned up but without the unwelcome guests have been killed. The accommodation has been set out myrfällor and environmental governance is plugged in."
"– There is nothing on it here. They don't bite but once when I was sitting in the living room and drank coffee, I suddenly had one on hand. I think one should be able to get reduced rent, " says one of the residents to the newspaper."
"Faraomyrorna are difficult to kill and spreads easily. Several queens in contrast to the other myrarter stay in the same nest, and when it becomes too crowded can a queen take their pick and pack as well as some other ants and move to build to live anywhere else."
"In november 2016 sued a family in Malmö, its housing estates on almost a half a million dollars, inter alia, on the basis of faraomyror who entered the dwelling."