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How To Identify Termites

Termites vary in appearance depending on their caste within the colony. Generally, termites are small, soft-bodied insects with a pale, creamy or translucent coloration. Worker termites, which make up the majority of the colony, typically measure about 1/8 to 1/4 inch in length and have a whitish, almost translucent appearance. They lack wings and have a cylindrical body with straight antennae. Soldiers, on the other hand, have a similar body shape to workers but are slightly larger, and they are equipped with enlarged, dark-colored heads and powerful mandibles used for defense. Reproductive termites, often referred to as alates or swarmers, are larger and have wings. They have a dark body with two pairs of equal-sized wings, which are shed after mating. Termite swarmers are often the ones seen during termite swarming events when they leave the nest to establish new colonies.

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