What Attracts Termites?


Termites are attracted by food, habitat, moisture, warmth and dark places. Termites are clusters of eusocial insects. Termites build and maintain nests which they use as their colony.
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Termites are small, pale insects that live in colonies not unlike ants. They're usually found in dirt or living inside wood. Also like ants, termites have a caste system, with a single
Termites are attracted to moisture and are more likely to "zero in" on a structure if
a type of insect which can be a pest to wooden houses as it eats them up.
Termite nests vary greatly with species and location. For instance, in northern climates (e.g. Canada) they are often hidden entirely within the soil and the wood of the house, with
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What Attracts Termites?
There are several types of termites, but the Eastern subterranean termite (Reticulitermes Flavipes) is the most common and widely distributed termite in North America, according to the Pro-Line Pest Control website. Several environmental factors serve to... More »
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