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Termites, Wood Destroying Organisms

| Drywood Termites | Subterranean Termites |

|Carpenter Ants | Carpenter Bee | Beetles | Dry-Rot(fungus)

|Termites VS. Ants |


Drywood Termites, are Sometimes they have to tent
the entire building. Depending
on the physical shape of the
structure, this can be quite
difficult. The likely candidate
for this is the drywood termite.
Drywood termites do not
(naturally) survive in the
temperate zone. Drywood
termites can, however, be
imported from their native
habitats, often in furniture
and other wooden or
decorative items.

Subterranean termites,
Subterranean Termites are smaller than Drywood termites, approximately one-fourth inch long. They create colonies in the soil and require moisture to survive. Unlike Drywood Termites, they do require a direct connection to soil. They build tubes up the side of concrete foundations or straight out of the ground, making highway tunnels for traveling to their food source and back.

Carpenter Ants,
Carpenter Ants don't eat wood, but they sure like to make it their home. They bore into wood framing and even wood cabinets to make their nests. They do cause structural damage but are usually noticed by home owners during swarming season when huge black flying ants are all over the place. They are about 3/4 of an inch in length....


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