Termites are found worldwide, particularly in warm and humid regions.
Small to medium-sized insects with soft bodies, straight antennae, and the ability to digest cellulose.
Common species include Subterranean termites (Reticulitermes spp.), Drywood termites (Cryptotermes spp.), and Dampwood termites (Zootermopsis spp.).
Nectar-rich flowers, sweet food sources, and suitable nesting locations.
Wood-destroying insects that form large colonies, construct intricate tunnels, and cause extensive structural damage.
Winged swarmers (reproductive termites), different castes (workers, soldiers, and reproductives) within the colony.
Removing moisture sources, maintaining proper ventilation, removing wooden debris, regular inspections, and treating vulnerable areas.
Soil treatments, baiting systems, fumigation, wood treatments, and seeking professional termite control services.