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Termites are known to be destructive pests because they consume cellulose by eating dead or living plants and wood structures. Termites live as a colony. The Queen lives for decades, with an average life span of one to two years.

Termite caste


According to climate conditions, incubation takes about 26-30 days.


At least three molts must be experienced before developing into functional adults.


Wingless but blind.
Food foraging for the entire colonies and nesting activities.

Rank-and-file soldiers

Wingless but blind.
Defend the enemy's colonies with their huge jaws. Like workers, they can find food, but they are not so effective.


A reproductive adult with fully developed eyes and wings. It used its wings to migrate to other places to develop its own colonies. During mating, they lose their wings and focus on caring for their first batch of newborns.


Wingless, well-developed eyes.
Unlike ants, they survive mating.


Wingless, well-developed eyes.
You can lay 30,000 eggs a day!

Signs of termite infection

Mud pipe

Underground termites build mud pipes from the ground through tunnels and begin to invade your home. Mud pipes act as a barrier for their dehydration protection and their predators.

Mud pipes consist of chewing wood, excrement and soil, also known as cartons.

Drywood Termites do not build mud pipes like underground termites. They are embedded in the wood they infect because they do not require soil contact.

Fecal granules

Underground termite feces are usually moist and can also be used in mud pipes.

Dry wood termites, whose feces are called Frass, are dry because they use rectal pads to extract most of their water before excretion.

As mentioned above, Drywood Termites do not build mud pipes, and feces usually appear near the wood they infect.