• Damp Wood Termites

    Latin Name
    Zootermopsis spp. and Neotermes spp

    Appearance
    There are several species of dampwood termites in the United States. Dampwood termites are much larger then the subterranean termites that are common across the country.

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  • Dry wood Termites

    Latin Name
    Cryptotermes spp. and Incisitermes spp.

    Appearance
    Swarmers up to 12 mm long; no worker caste in the colony.Create colonies in wood, with no connection to the ground necessary; often found in attic wood; need very little moisture.

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  • Subterranean Termites

    Latin Name
    Reticulitermes spp., Coptotermes spp. and Heterotermes spp.

    Appearance
    Three “castes” of a termite colony: workers are approximately 6 mm long, light-colored and wingless; soldiers have elongated heads with mandibles; reproductives are dark-colored

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  • Formosan Termites

    Latin Name
    Coptotermes formosanus

    Appearance
    Formosan termites prefer warm climates and densely populate certain areas of the American South. Also known as an introduced subterranean termite, the Formosan termite is found in states across the southern U.S.,

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