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Drywood Termites (The Dangerous Intruders)
  • Pest Management
  • January 25, 2017
  • Singapore
Drywood termites are termites that live in wood that has less moisture and has nothing to do with the soil. They form nests in wooden structures that they control, such as door frames and furniture. Living in wood that has no contact with water, drywood termites have the ability to metabolize water from the wood they eat, absorb and reabsorb water from their feces. Dry wood termite colonies are very small compared to termite soil colonies.
Subterranean Termites (The Danger Underground)
  • Pest Management
  • January 25, 2017
  • Singapore
Termites are very damaging insect pests in urban environments that eat cellulose found in wood. Termites are generally categorized into three groups: drywood termites, dampwood termites, and subterranean termite. There are several species of subterranean termites known as pests, Macrotermes sp., Coptotermes sp., Microcerotermes sp.,  And Coptotermes sp. are the most destructive type in Singapore because of they Infest buildings and structures. They nest underground and depend on the soil for moisture. They built protection tubes to avoid dehydration during the process of finding cellulose above ground level.
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