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Termite Photos
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From top to bottom: larva, worker, nymph, and neotenic
(Jody Green)

Alate (winged termite) and nymphs
(Mike Scharf)

Left to right: dampwood soldier and subterranean worker
(Mike Scharf)

Subterranean termites
(Mike Scharf)

Presoldier termite
(Mike Scharf)

Termite workers coming out of a broken mud tube
(Mike Scharf)

Termite worker
(Mike Scharf)

Termite damage on wood
(Mike Scharf)

Termite colony
(Mike Scharf)

Subterranean termite nymph
(Mike Scharf)

Termite mud tubes on a wall
(Mike Scharf)

Termite damage in basement header board
(Mike Scharf)

Active mudtubes in crawlspace
(Jody Green)

Damage inside house
(Jody Green)


Damage under siding
(Jody Green)


Free hanging mudtubes
(Jody Green)

 


Mudtube in crawlspace
(Jody Green)


Damage under siding
(Jody Green)

 


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