Studying the parental behaviors of termites has provided a University of Florida scientist with a rare look into how a queen and king pair push the limits of parenthood.
The result is a look at how the queen and king work the hardest ... READ MORE
This is a summary of a recent presentation by Dr. Thomas Chouvenc on the importance of termite colony biology on control methods
Termites evolved from cockroaches 150 million years ago. There are now over 3,000 termite species worldwide, ... READ MORE
First of all, the termite history . . .
Termites are over 100 million years. Termites are an adaptive animal to exists after 100 million years.
They eat the plant's fiber, found in dead and decaying wood. This makes them “recyclers ... READ MORE
Compared to the native subterranean termite, the Formosan subterranean termite (FST) is more destructive.1 UF/IFAS researchers predict Formosan subterranean termites, along with Asian subterranean termites, will become an even greater threat ... READ MORE