Eastern Subterranean Termite
Reticulitermes flavipes, commonly known as Eastern Subterranean Termite, is classified as pest, invasive and widespread species. They are commonly found in the North America.
A mature colony of Eastern Subterranean Termite consists of 5,000 to 5 million termites, and its queen produce 5,000 to 10,000 eggs per day. It means that their population increases in large numbers every day.
They appear like a subterranean termite with little variations. They have 6 legs, an antenna, 1/8 inches long and their color varies. They can be creamy and brown/black. There are three forms of Eastern Subterranean Termite. They are a. worker b. soldier and c. reproductive. Eastern Subterranean Termite is recognized by their color, which is brown/orange. Their wings are covered in hair.
This species has been said to originate in the southeastern states of USA. This species is present throughout United States of America. It occurs in northern and southern America states, including Texas, Florida. They are also found as far as Southern Ontario. It is very widespread in Florida, and its damage affects homeowners greatly there.
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