Termites have been an important part of the earth’s ecological system for many millions of years. They infest dead and dying trees and speed up the natural cycle of deterioration— allowing for new growth to begin.
In areas of the U.S., subterranean termites are a concern in every state except Alaska. Subterranean termites (including Eastern, Western, Desert, Asian, and Formosan), which build underground galleries, can be extremely destructive. Termites all share a virtually insatiable appetite for wood and other cellulose-containing materials. Given enough time, they can cause extensive damage.
Termites are social insects that live in colonies where populations can reach millions of individuals. A termite colony consists of several morphologically differentiated forms living together within castes with different functions in the colony community life.
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