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Subterranean Termites (ISOPTERA)
Image Description
winged termite Arid Subterranean Termite
Winged Reproductive

(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
winged reproductive termites Arid Subterranean Termite
Winged Reproductives

(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
termite colony Subterranean Termite Colony
(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
termite workers Subterranean Termite Workers
(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
Subterranean Termite Worker and Supplementary Reproductive Subterranean Termite Worker and
Supplementary Reproductive

(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
supplementary reproductives Supplementary Reproductives
(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
termite soldier Subterranean Termite Soldier
(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
mud tubes Mud Tubes on Wall Stud
(David Keith, UNL Entomology)
termite damage Subterranean Termite Damage to Pine
(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
Image supported by a grant from AgrEvo.
termite damage Subterranean Termite Damage to Pine
Door Post (Note Mud-Filled Tunnels)

(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)
termite damage Subterranean Termite Damage to Hardboard Siding
(Jim Kalisch, UNL Entomology)