FIELD GUIDE TERMITES INTRO

  1. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Termites are usually divided into 3 groups based on the location of their colony:
    the subterranean, the drywood, and the dampwood termites
  2. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    most common of the subterranean termites are =
    eastern, western, and Formosan
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    the most important drywood termites = _, southeastern, West Indian (formerly the powderpost/ furniture)
    western drywood
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    the most important drywood termites = western, _, West Indian (formerly the powderpost/ furniture)
    southeastern drywood
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    the most important drywood termites = western, southeastern, _ _ (formerly the powderpost/ furniture)
    West Indian drywood
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    the most important dampwood termites = _, Nevada/small/dark, desert
    Pacific dampwood
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    the most important dampwood termites = Pacific, _ , desert
    Nevada/small/dark dampwood
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    the most important dampwood termites = Pacific, Nevada/small/dark,
    desert dampwood
  9. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Three body regions (head, thorax, and abdomen) broadly joined with
    _ _ as found in ants
    no constrictions
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    Antenna _, composed of a series of beadlike segments.
    moniliform
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    Antenna moniliform, composed of a series of _ segments.
    beadlike
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    Tarsi 4-segmented
    tarsi
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    Tarsi #-segmented
    4
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    Cerci _
    present
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    Workers creamy white with head slightly darker
    Workers
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    Workers COLOR COLOR with head slightly darker
    creamy white
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    Workers creamy white with _ slightly darker
    head
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    Workers creamy white with head slightly _
    darker
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    Workers No _ eyes or ocelli (simple eyes) present
    compound
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    Workers No compound _ or ocelli (simple eyes) present
    eyes
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    Workers No compound eyes or _ (simple eyes) present
    ocelli
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    Workers No compound eyes or ocelli (_ _) present
    simple eyes
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    Workers No compound eyes or ocelli (simple eyes) _
    present
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    Workers Wings _
    absent
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    _ creamy white except for dark and much-enlarged head
    Soldiers
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    Soldiers _ _ except for dark and much-enlarged head
    creamy white
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    Soldiers creamy white except for _ and much-enlarged head
    dark
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    Soldiers creamy white except for dark and _ _ head
    much enlarged
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    Soldiers creamy white except for dark and much-enlarged _
    head
  30. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers = _ with large pair of mandibles, except for nasutiform soldiers which
    lack mandibles and have head prolonged into a distinct snout
    Head
  31. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers = Head with large pair of mandibles, except for nasutiform soldiers which
    lack _ and have head prolonged into a distinct snout
    mandibles
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    Soldiers = Head with large pair of mandibles, except for nasutiform _ which
    lack mandibles and have head prolonged into a distinct snout
    soldiers
  33. Soldiers = TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Head with large pair of mandibles, except for nasutiform soldiers which
    lack _ and have head prolonged into a distinct snout
    mandibles
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    Soldiers = Head with large pair of mandibles, except for nasutiform soldiers which
    lack mandibles and have _ prolonged into a distinct snout
    head
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    Soldiers = Head with large pair of mandibles, except for nasutiform soldiers which
    lack mandibles and have head prolonged into a distinct _
    snout
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    Soldiers = Usually with a _ (porelike opening to the frontal gland) on top of head
    fontanelle
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    Soldiers = Usually with a fontanelle (porelike opening to the frontal gland) on top of _
    head
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    Soldiers = porelike opening to the frontal gland =
    fontanelle
  39. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers = Wings _
    absent
  40. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ (alates or winged/primary reproductives) pale yellowish to reddish brown to black, depending on the species.
    Swarmers
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    Swarmers (_ or winged/primary reproductives) pale yellowish to reddish brown to black, depending on the species.
    alates
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    Swarmers (alates or winged/primary _) pale yellowish to reddish brown to black, depending on the species.
    reproductives
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    Swarmers = _ eyes present, and with pair of ocelli (except Zootermopsis spp.)
    Compound
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    Swarmers = Compound eyes _, and with pair of ocelli (except Zootermopsis spp.)
    present
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    Swarmers = Compound eyes present, and with pair of _ (except Zootermopsis spp.)
    ocelli
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    Swarmers = _ pairs of wings nearly equal in length and width, which
    lie flat over abdomen when not in use
    Two
  47. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmers = Two pairs of _ nearly equal in length and width, which
    lie flat over abdomen when not in use
    wings
  48. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmers = Two pairs of wings nearly _ in length and width, which
    lie flat over abdomen when not in use
    equal
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    Swarmers = Two pairs of wings nearly equal in length and width, which
    lie _ over abdomen when not in use
    flat
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    Swarmers = Two pairs of wings nearly equal in length and width, which
    lie flat over _ when not in use
    abdomen
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    Swarmers = Wings almost clear to smoky black
    Wings
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    Swarmers = _ almost clear to smoky black
    clear
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    Swarmers = Wing _ usually darker; their number and position used to identify groups
    veins
  54. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmers = Wing veins usually darker; their number and position used to identify groups
    groups
  55. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Termites have _ metamorphosis: _
    • simple/incomplete
    • egg, nymph (immature), and adult
  56. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termites have three castes:
    worker, soldier and reproductive
  57. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ and _ termites lack a true worker caste, and
    their functions are performed by preadults which
    ultimately develop into soldiers or reproductives.
    Drywood and dampwood
  58. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood and dampwood termites lack a true _ caste, and
    their functions are performed by preadults which
    ultimately develop into soldiers or reproductives.
    worker
  59. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood and dampwood termites lack a true worker caste, and
    their functions are performed by _ which
    ultimately develop into soldiers or reproductives.
    preadults
  60. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood and dampwood termites lack a true worker caste, and
    their functions are performed by preadults which
    ultimately develop into _ or _
    soldiers or reproductives
  61. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers are/can be separated into two groups:
    true workers who are sterile, and
    functional workers who are either male or female
    Workers
  62. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers are/can be separated into _ groups:
    true workers who are sterile, and
    functional workers who are either male or female
    two
  63. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers are/can be separated into two groups:
    _ _ who are sterile, and
    functional workers who are either male or female
    true workers
  64. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers are/can be separated into two groups:
    true workers who are _, and
    functional workers who are either male or female
    sterile
  65. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers are/can be separated into two groups:
    true workers who are sterile, and
    _ _ who are either male or female
    functional workers
  66. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers are/can be separated into two groups:
    true workers who are sterile, and
    functional workers who are either _ or _
    male or female
  67. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ _have the ability to molt into
    soldiers, swarmers, or secondary reproductives,
    depending on the colony’s needs
    Functional workers
  68. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Functional workers have the ability to _ into
    soldiers, swarmers, or secondary reproductives,
    depending on the colony’s needs
    molt
  69. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Functional workers have the ability to molt into
    _, swarmers, or secondary reproductives,
    depending on the colony’s needs
    soldiers
  70. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Functional workers have the ability to molt into
    soldiers, _, or secondary reproductives,
    depending on the colony’s needs
    swarmers
  71. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Functional workers have the ability to molt into
    soldiers, swarmers, or _ _,
    depending on the colony’s needs
    secondary reproductives
  72. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Functional workers have the ability to molt into
    soldiers, swarmers, or secondary reproductives,
    depending on the colony’s _
    needs
  73. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ maintain the colony, construct and repair the nest, and forage and feed the colony
    Workers
  74. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers maintain the _, construct and repair the nest, and forage and feed the colony
    colony
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    Workers maintain the colony, _, and forage and feed the colony
    construct and repeair the nest
  76. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Workers maintain the colony, construct and repair the nest, and _
    forage and feed the colony
  77. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ are sterile and have one function, to protect the colony
    Soldiers
  78. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers are _ and have one function, to protect the colony
    sterile
  79. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers are sterile and have one function =
    to protect the colony
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    Soldiers = The enlargement of the _ and _ is such that they must be fed by workers.
    head and mandibles
  81. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers = The enlargement of the head and mandibles is such that they must be fed by _
    workers
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    Soldiers = They are present in far fewer numbers than _
    workers
  83. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldiers = _ soldiers squirt a sticky, irritating liquid for defense.
    Nasutiform
  84. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    The _ _ are the king and queen which were the swarmers that started the colony
    primary reproductives
  85. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    The primary reproductives are the _ and _ which were the swarmers that started the colony
    king and queen
  86. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    The primary reproductives are the king and queen which were the _ that started the colony
    swarmers
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    The king and queen mate periodically, and the queen may live up to # years, perhaps longer.
    30 years
  88. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ reproductives are produced in more mature colonies
    Secondary
  89. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Secondary reproductives are produced in more _ colonies
    mature
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    Secondary reproductives do not have _, and their body is
    more lightly pigmented than that of the primary reproductives
    wings
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    Secondary reproductives do not have wings, and their _ is
    more lightly pigmented than that of the primary reproductives
    body
  92. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Secondary reproductives do not have wings, and their body is
    more lightly pigmented than that of the _ _
    primary reproductives
  93. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    the best time to install _ _ _ devices is
    during peak foraging in the spring or early summer
    monitoring and baiting
  94. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    the best time to install monitoring and baiting devices is
    during peak foraging in the _ _ _ _
    spring or early summer
  95. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    the best time to install monitoring and baiting devices is
    _ _ _ in the spring or early summer
    during peak foraging
  96. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ _ _ devices should be in installed in attractive areas of higher soil moisture
    monitoring and baiting
  97. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    monitoring and baiting devices should be in installed in attractive areas of _ _ _
    higher soil moisture
  98. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    for monitoring and baiting devices ... the larger the _ resource contained in such devices the better
    food
  99. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    If a colony is started by a pair of _ _ _ at the time of construction,
    at least 3 or 4 years are required before even a few swarmers will be produced
    subterranean termite swarmers
  100. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    If a colony is started by a pair of subterranean termite swarmers at the time of _,
    at least 3 or 4 years are required before even a few swarmers will be produced
    construction
  101. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    If a colony is started by a pair of subterranean termite swarmers at the time of construction,
    at least YEARS are required before even a few swarmers will be produced
    3 or 4 years
  102. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    If a colony is started by a pair of subterranean termite swarmers at the time of construction,
    at least 3 or 4 years are required before even a few _ will be produced
    swarmers
  103. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    If a colony is started by a pair of subterranean termite swarmers at the time of construction,
    at least 3 or 4 years are required before even a few swarmers will be _
    produced
  104. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    if the structure is built over or close to a _ _ _ of subterranean termites,
    hundreds of swarmers may appear within a year
    strong existing colony
  105. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    if the structure is built over or close to a strong existing colony of _ _ ,
    hundreds of swarmers may appear within a year
    subterranean termites
  106. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    if the structure is built over or close to a strong existing colony of subterranean termites,
    hundreds of _ may appear within a year
    swarmers
  107. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    if the structure is built over or close to a strong existing colony of subterranean termites,
    hundreds of swarmers and substantial damage may appear within YEARS
    one year
  108. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    there is _ _ _ _ to determine how long termites
    have infested a structure or a given area
    no proven quantitative method
  109. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    there is no proven quantitative method to determine how long termites
    have _ a structure or a given area
    infested
  110. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    how long it takes a given termite species to cause a given amount of damage, the answer is _ _
    highly variable
  111. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    how long it takes a given termite species to cause a given amount of _, the answer is highly variable
    damage
  112. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Factors that influence wood consumption rate include such things as:
    not all workers feed on the same wood
    • workers
    • wood
  113. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Factors that influence wood consumption rate include such things as:
    different kinds of _ are consumed at different _
    • wood
    • rates
  114. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Factors that influence wood consumption rate include such things as:
    rate of consumption _ over a season and by termite colony
    fluctuates
  115. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Factors that influence wood consumption rate include such things as:
    rate of consumption fluctuates over a _ and by termite colony
    season
  116. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Factors that influence wood consumption rate include such things as:
    rate of consumption fluctuates over a season and by termite _
    colony
  117. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    placing a _ _ _ and/or
    an in-ground perimeter monitoring-baiting system between
    the termite colony and the wood of the structure
    pesticide treatment zone
  118. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    placing a pesticide treatment zone and/or
    an in-ground perimeter _ _ _ between
    the termite colony and the wood of the structure
    monitoring-baiting system
  119. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    placing a pesticide treatment zone and/or
    an in-ground perimeter monitoring-baiting system between
    the _ _ and the wood of the structure
    termite colony
  120. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    placing a pesticide treatment zone and/or
    an in-ground perimeter monitoring-baiting system between
    the termite colony and the _ of the structure
    wood
  121. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    placing a pesticide treatment zone and/or
    an _ _ _ monitoring-baiting system between
    the termite colony and the wood of the structure
    in-ground perimeter
  122. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the _ of above-ground moisture sources that can support secondary colonies
    elimination
  123. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of _-_ moisture sources that can support secondary colonies
    above-ground
  124. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of above-ground _ sources that can support secondary colonies
    moisture
  125. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of above-ground moisture sources that can support _ colonies
    secondary
  126. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of wood-to-ground and rigid foam board/foam-to-ground contact (the building owner's responsibility),
    elimination
  127. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of _-_-_ and rigid foam board/foam-to-ground contact (the building owner's responsibility),
    wood-to-ground
  128. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of wood-to-ground and _ _ _/foam-to-ground contact (the building owner's responsibility),
    rigid foam board
  129. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the elimination of wood-to-ground and rigid foam board/foam-to-ground _ (the building owner's responsibility),
    contact
  130. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    reduction of crawl space humidity via vents and/or polyethylene soil cover
    _
  131. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    reduction of _ _ humidity via vents and/or polyethylene soil cover
    crawl space
  132. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    reduction of crawl space _ via vents and/or polyethylene soil cover
    humidity
  133. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    reduction of crawl space humidity via _ and/or polyethylene soil cover
    vents
  134. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the possible _ of infested wood to rapidly kill the above-ground termitesr
    injection
  135. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the possible injection of _ _ to rapidly kill the above-ground termitesr
    infested wood
  136. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the possible injection of infested wood to _ _ the above-ground termitesr
    rapidly kill
  137. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:

    the possible injection of infested wood to rapidly kill the _ _ termites
    above-round termites
  138. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    for _ termites, elimination by removal or treatment of
    the above-ground cartons by injection or fumigation is sometimes required
    Formosan subterranean
  139. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    for Formosan subterranean termites, elimination by _ or _ of
    the above-ground cartons by injection or fumigation is sometimes required
    removal or treatment
  140. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    for Formosan subterranean termites, elimination by removal or treatment of
    the _ _ _ by injection or fumigation is sometimes required
    above-ground cartons
  141. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    for Formosan subterranean termites, elimination by removal or treatment of
    the above-ground cartons by _ or _ is sometimes required
    injection or fumigation
  142. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    Successful baiting involves the _ _ of devices and their diligent monitoring
    thoughtful installation
  143. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    Successful baiting involves the thoughtful installation of devices and their _ _
    diligent monitoring
  144. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    _ _ termite baiting systems are placed directly on termite infested wood or foraging tube.
    above-ground termite
  145. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    above-ground termite _ _ are placed directly on termite infested wood or foraging tube.
    baiting systems
  146. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    above-ground termite baiting systems are placed _ _ termite infested wood or foraging tube.
    directly on
  147. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    above-ground termite baiting systems are placed directly on termite _ _ or foraging tube.
    infested wood
  148. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    above-ground termite baiting systems are placed directly on termite infested wood or _ _
    foraging tube
  149. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    post-construction termite treatment = 1) doing a complete _ application
    perimeter
  150. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    post-construction termite treatment = 2) spot treating the _ _ of termite activity
    inside area
  151. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control of subterraneans via _ _ _ _ is effective
    selected sand particle size
  152. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = _ _ of a certain size range are
    small enough that termites cannot maneuver between them but are also too large for termites to
    manipulate or remove them.
    sand particles
  153. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = sand particles of a _ _ range are
    small enough that termites cannot maneuver between them but are also too large for termites to
    manipulate or remove them.
    certain size
  154. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = sand particles of a certain size range are
    _ enough that termites cannot maneuver between them but are also too large for termites to
    manipulate or remove them.
    small
  155. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = sand particles of a certain size range are
    small enough that termites cannot _ between them but are also too large for termites to
    manipulate or remove them.
    maneuver
  156. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = sand particles of a certain size range are
    small enough that termites cannot maneuver between them but are also too _ for termites to
    manipulate or remove them.
    large
  157. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = sand particles of a certain size range are
    small enough that termites cannot maneuver between them but are also too large for termites to
    _ or _ them.
    manipulate or remove
  158. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Subterranean termite control involves:
    physical control = selected sand particle size = Use of this technique is primarily for
    _ _
    preconstruction applications
  159. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ termite control involves fumigation of the structure or
    wooden object housing the infestation, or local treatment or
    replacement of the infested wood.
    Drywood termite
  160. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood termite control involves _ of the structure or
    wooden object housing the infestation, or local treatment or
    replacement of the infested wood.
    fumigation
  161. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood termite control involves fumigation of the structure or
    wooden object housing the infestation, or _ or_ of the infested wood.
    local treatment or replacement
  162. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    _ termite control involves elimination of moisture source and all wood-to-ground contact.
    Infested wood should be replaced or treated, with injection offering the quickest control.
    Dampwood termite
  163. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Dampwood termite control involves _ source and all wood-to-ground contact.
    Infested wood should be replaced or treated, with injection offering the quickest control.
    elimination of moisture
  164. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Dampwood termite control involves elimination of moisture source and all _ contact.
    Infested wood should be replaced or treated, with injection offering the quickest control.
    wood to ground
  165. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Dampwood termite control involves elimination of moisture source and all wood-to-ground contact.
    Infested wood should be _, with injection offering the quickest control.
    replaced or treated
  166. TERMITES INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Dampwood termite control involves elimination of moisture source and all wood-to-ground contact.
    Infested wood should be replaced or treated, with _ offering the quickest control.
    injection
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FIELD GUIDE TERMITES INTRO
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FIELD GUIDE TERMITES INTRO
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