As part of a series of questions that I've been doing about microscopic humanoids ...
In my world, there are a race of microscopic humanoid organisms (0.3 mm - 0.33 mm). They live in a variety of biomes, such as leaf litter, stone and on plants and trees. In terms of technological advancement, they are near the bronze age and merely need to find/discover metal. They have domesticated pseudoscorpions, aphids, spider mites and white flies. Being in number 60,000 strong, can mass produce "spider" silk, and have spears (for poking, not throwing), stone "swords". They have silk armor, chariots (sleds) pulled by pseudoscorpions and they can produce vinegar, formaldehyde, atropine and nicotine, although not in extremely great quantities. Most importantly, they can produce and conduct static electricity.
My question is:
What would they need to do to successfully capture an ant mound? ( of fire ants , argentine ants , or the common black ant )
Capture being defined as -
The complete destruction and or removal of all individuals in the an mound ( eggs and larva removal is optional )