Guideline Subterranean and Other Termites
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Guideline Subterranean and Other Termites

Subterranean and Other Termites   Termites incorporate a big and various institution of ecologically and economically important insects that feed on cellulose, principally in wooden. Worldwide there are over 2,600…

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Repairing Termite Damage
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Repairing Termite Damage

Repairing Termite Damage Subterranean Termites Termite Workers (approx. 1/8" long) are pale, white, soft-bodied insects in a termite colony that do major damage to a building, feeding on wood or almost…

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winged termites in house
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winged termites in house

  winged termites in the house Winged Termites Facts Winged termites or “swarmers” are not species of termites; instead they are part of the termite caste. Their role in the…

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Drywood Termites and the Damage They Cause
Drywood Termites and the Damage They Cause

Drywood Termites and the Damage They Cause

  Drywood Termites are wood-eating larvae that can destroy furnishings, houses, and other wooden buildings. There are two varieties of termites, drywood and subterranean, and both are often confused with…

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