Author: Ted

Drywood Termites

Drywood termite colonies do not need contact with soil moisture nor any other water source. As their name suggests, drywood termites prefer to live in dry wood, usually above ground level. Drywood termites build colonies in structural wood such as fence and utility posts, furniture, moldings, door and window frames, and so forth.

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Worker Termite Pictures

Termite workers are the termites you are most likely to see. As you can see from the pictures, they have a very uniform look between all the termite species.

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Queen Termite Pictures

The following termite queen pictures show Formosan termite queens, drywood termite queens and western subterranean termite queens.

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Ants vs Termites

Ants and termites may look very similar, but they are very different. Termites have distinct physical and behavioral characteristics that make them easy to identify. This visual guide will walk you through the differences between termites and ants.

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What Does a Termite Look Like?

Successfully identifying termites is the first step in combating them. Once you know you are dealing with a termite infestation and what type of termites are causing the problems you can take the correct action to eliminate them. This page is all about what termites look like.

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