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Termite Life Cycle & Lifespan - How Long do Termites Live? - Orkin

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The life cycle of the termite begins with a mating flight, wherein swarming winged reproductive males and females leave established colonies and procreate.

Termite Swarms - AsktheExterminator.com

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AsktheExterminator.com: ***image2***Termite swarms happen so fast and the ... First, the flying insects will do no damage to your belongings, nor can they harm ...

Plain Talk About Termites - My Main Page

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They're only about 1/8 inch long yet, the workers forage hundreds of feet, ... If they swarm inside your house, you have termites, and must do something, but not ...

Termite Colony - Termites.com

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Unlike subterranean termite colonies, drywood termite colonies do not have a traditional group of ... Swarmers have two pairs of long narrow wings of equal size.

THE FACTS ABOUT TERMITE SWARMS - bluestarpestcontrol

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When a swarm occurs, winged termite swarmers called alates emerge in large ... Swarmers that appear within a home after a termiticide treatment do not pose a ... But the termite remains active long enough to transfer the termiticide to a large.

Winged Termites: The role of swarmers and identification.

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Swarming termites do not have three distinct body parts. Look at the termite picture above. The insect seems to have only a head and a long body. All ants have ...

Termite FAQ's - Massey Termite Inspections - Massey Services

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There are three ways to distinguish a swarming termite from a swarming ant: Antenna: A ... How long does it take to eliminate a termite colony? Depending on  ...

Termites swarming

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Termites Swarming do nothing but leave an existing colony in search of ... This has long been the accepted method and when done right will keep termites out.

Swarming Insects Indoors - Insects in the City

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But if an ant or termite nest is close enough to a home, swarms may occur indoors. ... the presence of swarming ants indoors should not be a cause for concern. ... and the four wings are unequal in length (two long and two relatively short).

Termite season begins now - Insects in the City

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Apr 3, 2013 ... Termite swarmers are dark, about 1/4 inch-long, and may or may not ... in Texas you're concerned about termites–or at least you should be.

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When Does the Termite Swarming Season Begin? - Terminix

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Feb 2, 2016 ... When termites swarm, they leave their colony in search of a new home. ... though the primary queen is mainly responsible as long as she lives.

What you need to know about Termite Swarms - Turner Pest Control

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Feb 15, 2013 ... Should you find termites swarming indoors after the termiticide barrier is applied, do not feel that the treatment was unsuccessful. Swarmers ...

Termite Control: Answers for Homeowners | Entomology

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Does the entire house need to be treated -- or can they just treat areas where I see termites? How long will the treatment last? Will the chemicals harm my ... In nature, termites swarm to disperse and start new colonies. Triggered by warmer ...