FIELD GUIDE SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE

  1. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    name refers to this termite’s ___, and to
    the fact that it lives in wood which has a very low moisture content 12% or less
    southeastern US distribution
  2. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    name refers to this termite’s southeastern US distribution, and to
    the fact that it lives in wood which has a very low moisture content NUMBER% or less
    12%
  3. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    This is the most widely distributed drywood termite in ___
    the eastern United States
  4. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = # inch to 1/2 inch, long including wings
    7/16 inch
  5. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = 7/16 inch to # inch, long including wings
    1/2 inch
  6. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = 7/16 inch to 1/2 inch, long including _
    wings
  7. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = _ and _ pale yellowish brown to pale reddish brown
    head and body
  8. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = Head and body _ yellowish brown to pale reddish brown
    pale
  9. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = Head and body pale _ brown to pale reddish brown
    yellowish
  10. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = Head and body pale yellowish _ to pale reddish brown
    brown
  11. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = Head and body pale yellowish brown to _ reddish brown
    pale
  12. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = Head and body pale yellowish brown to pale _ brown
    reddish
  13. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmer = Head and body pale yellowish brown to pale reddish _
    brown
  14. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldier. _ slopes down gradually from top of head
    Forehead
  15. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldier. Forehead _ down gradually from top of head
    slopes
  16. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Soldier. Forehead slopes down gradually from _ of head
    top
  17. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    eat _ the wood grain and make chambers and/or galleries connected by tunnels
    across
  18. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    eat across the _ _ and make chambers and/or galleries connected by tunnels
    wood grain
  19. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    eat across the wood grain and make chambers and/or _ connected by tunnels
    galleries
  20. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    eat across the wood grain and make chambers and/or galleries connected by _
    tunnels
  21. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Their gallery and tunnel _ are velvety smooth, and no soil is present
    walls
  22. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Their gallery and tunnel walls are _ _, and no soil is present
    velvety smooth
  23. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Their gallery and tunnel walls are velvety smooth, and _ _ is present
    no soil
  24. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Usually there are fecal pellets present which are _
    hard
  25. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    fecal pellets = less than INCH
    1/32 inch
  26. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    fecal pellets = _-oval with rounded ends
    elongate
  27. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    fecal pellets = elongate-_ with rounded ends
    oval
  28. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    fecal pellets = elongate-oval with _ ends
    rounded
  29. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    fecal pellets = have NUMBER concave sides
    6
  30. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    fecal pellets = have 6 _ sides
    concave
  31. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation include _, shed wings, piles of pellets
    swarmers
  32. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation include swarmers, _ _, piles of pellets
    shed wings
  33. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation include swarmers, shed wings, _ of _
    piles of pellets
  34. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation ... termite _ which seal all openings in infested wood
    plugs
  35. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation ... termite plugs which seal all _ in infested wood
    openings
  36. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation ... termite plugs which seal all openings in _ wood
    infested
  37. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation ... surface blisters caused by
    older enlarged galleries very close to the wood surface.
    blisters
  38. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation ... surface blisters caused by
    older enlarged galleries very close to the wood surface.
    galleries
  39. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Signs of infestation ... surface blisters caused by
    older enlarged galleries very close to the wood surface.
    surface
  40. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood termites do not _ in the ground,
    do not require no ground contact,
    and do not build mud tubes.
    live
  41. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood termites do not live in the ground,
    _ _ contact, and do not build mud tubes.
    no ground
  42. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Drywood termites do not live in the ground,
    no ground contact, and do not build _ _
    mud tubes
  43. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    colonies are located in the ___ and
    are of small size when compared to subterranean termite colonies
    wood they eat
  44. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    colonies are located in the wood they eat and
    are of _ size when compared to subterranean termite colonies
    small
  45. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    colonies are located in the wood they eat and
    are of small size when compared to _ termite colonies
    subterranean
  46. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    There is no _ caste and the immatures/nymphs
    perform all tasks typically done by workers.
    worker
  47. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    There is no worker caste and the _/_
    perform all tasks typically done by workers.
    immatures/nymphs
  48. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    There is no worker caste and the immatures/nymphs
    perform all tasks typically done by _
    workers
  49. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    The life history of the southeastern drywood is similar to that given for the _ termite
    western drywood
  50. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarming takes place at _, peaking between 8 and 10 pm,
    night
  51. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarming takes place at night, peaking between TIME
    8 and 10 pm
  52. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmers attacted to _
    light
  53. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    Swarmers _ to structures and _ wood directly
    • fly
    • infest
  54. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    they first infest _ _ such as window/door frames,
    trim, fascia boards, eaves, siding, etc., and later may move into _
    • exposed wood
    • attics
  55. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    in attics, swarmers locate their colonies in wood with _
    more favorable temperatures
  56. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    in attics, swarmers locate their colonies in wood with more favorable temperatures
    such as _ _ that have their bottom sides cooled by the
    A/C below and modulated by surrounding insulation
    ceiling joists
  57. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    in attics, swarmers locate their colonies in wood with more favorable temperatures
    such as ceiling joists that have their bottom sides cooled by the
    _ below and modulated by surrounding insulation
    A/C
  58. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    in attics, swarmers locate their colonies in wood with more favorable temperatures
    such as ceiling joists that have their bottom sides cooled by the
    A/C below and modulated by surrounding _
    insulation
  59. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE - FIELD GUIDE
    When swarming, they often _ the same structure.
    reinfest
  60. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD - FIELD GUIDE
    the most successful methods of control are _, or
    local treatment or replacement of the infested wood.
    fumigation
  61. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD - FIELD GUIDE
    the most successful methods of control are fumigation, or
    ___
    local treatment or replacement of infested wood
  62. SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD - FIELD GUIDE
    If infestation is confined to a piece of furniture, picture frame, etc.
    which can easily be removed, then it may be treated via ___
    heat or cold
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FIELD GUIDE SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE
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FIELD GUIDE SOUTHEASTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE
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