Termites

Termites

Termites Ecology Publication #97-426 ermites found in Washington state are ant-like insects. They have several sizes and colors. The queen and king - or reproductives - are large,

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Drywood Termite Biology, Identification, and Control

ANR-1170 ALABAMA A&M AND AUBURN UNIVERSITIES Visit our Web site at: www.aces.edu Drywood Termite Biology, Identification, and Control D rywood termites are primitive termites whose damage often goes unnoticed by homeowners.

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Hawaii's Termites—An Identification Guide

Cooperative Extension Service Household and Structural Pests Feb. 1999 HSP-1 Hawaii's Termites—An Identification Guide H awaii's year-round warm weather has allowed many introduced insect pests to take hold, and the seven species of termite found here are among these immigrants.

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TERMITES: BIOLOGY, PREVENTION, AND CONTROL

Termites are among the most important structural insect pests in the Northwest. Only carpenter ants rival them in importance. Termites feed on wood or wood products, and their digestive tracts contain microorganisms which enable them to convert the cellulose in wood into usable food.

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TERMITE SWARM FACT SHEET

The damage done by termites is caused by wingless worker termites that do not like to be exposed to light or the elements. They are usually found consuming the wood framing within your walls.

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Termite Trails

Termites can be found in decaying logs and stumps in wooded areas. When it gets too dry, the termites burrow deep into the soil looking for moisture so may be difficult to locate.

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TERMITES: Preventive Measures You Can Take

How Termites Live lthough there are more than 2,000 species of termites, the Eastern and Western Subterranean Termites are by far the most common, widest distributed and most damaging in the U.S.

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Termites

This NebGuide provides information on biology and control of subterranean termites. Termites feed on wood and serve an important function in nature by converting dead trees into organic matter.

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HYG-2092-03 Termite Control

Extension actSheet F HYG-2092-03 Entomology, 1991 Kenny Road, Columbus, OH 43210-1000 Termite Control Susan C. Jones , Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Entomology Extension Specialist, Household & Structural Pests S ubterranean termites are the most common and economically important wood-destroying ...

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Termites PN 7415 rev 5/01

soldier reproductive Drywood Termite soldier Pacific Dampwood Termite worker soldier winged reproductive Subterranean Termite P EST N OT ES Publication 7415 University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Revised May 2001 T ERMITES Integrated Pest Management in and around the Home ...

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