Facts: APPEARANCE AND SIZE FACTSWorkers are cream colored and wingless, Soldiers have elongated brown heads with mandibles, Supplementary reproductives are light-colored and Primary reproductives range from brown or black with wingsSIZE: Range from 1/8 to 1 inch in lengthDIET: Subterranean termites are dependent on moisture for survival, unlike drywood termites which need very little moisture. Subterranean termites can invade homes through cracks in concrete and can attack most wooden objects in a structure.REPRODUCTION: The primary reproductives swarm to attempt at creating new colonies. Supplementary reproductive can only reproduce in their own colony and assists with population growth of the colony.HABITS: Subterranean termites usually swarm in spring after a considerable rain event, and on a bright, sunny and calm (almost windless) day. Look out for swarms and broken off wings as signs of a mature colony. Earthen mud tubes may also be visible around baseboards, doors, windows and other wooden items inside of the structure. On the exterior or inside of crawl spaces, look for earthen mud tubes coming up from the ground, attaching to wooden beams, concrete blocks or pillars.
Understand If You Treat Yourself, Termites Typically Still Thrive in Your room and at The Source.