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What Happens After Reproductive Termite Swarmers Find A Mate?

The world’s 3,000 or so documented termite species are divided into three groups based on differing habitat requirements. These three groups are known as subterranean, drywood and dampwood termites, and many termite species belonging to each of these groups can be...

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How Do Subterranean Termites Move Through Compact Ground Soil?

Like all subterranean termite pests in the US, the eastern subterranean termite found in Massachusetts lives in colonies located below the ground. New termite colonies are initiated by winged reproductive termites known as “alates,” and it takes around five years of...

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Termite Mud Tubes!

Here's some high-definition footage of termites forming mud tubes, which are one of the visible signs of a termite infestation in the home. For more eye-opening videos, visit http://tinytermitehouse.pestworld.org/.

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