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Termites Biography

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Feeling peace in mind when you know that your home is completely termite free. We think this is important to know about termites life cycle because of our safety. We will always stay with us. Don't …

Feeling peace in mind when you know that your home is completely termite free. We think this is important to know about termites life cycle because of our safety. We will always stay with us. Don't worry. If you have any problem of termites you can contact us.

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  • 1. Dry Wood Termites By Brad Iranzadi
  • 2. Table of Contents Chapter 1 : Introduction Chapter 2 : Defination of termites Chapter 3 : Termites home Chapter 4 : Termites colony Chapter 5 : Termites food Chapter 5 : Enemy of termites Chapter 6 : Image of termites Chapter 7 : Life cycle of termites
  • 3. Introduction Termites are very small, usually gray or white in color and soft bodied pests. There are over 350 species of termites in Australia. Termites or white ants are always place a big role. They are very destructive than fire.
  • 4. Termites Colony
  • 5. Termites Home A termite mound is a mixture of soil, termite saliva and droppings. It is constructed by termites. Although termite mounds are solid in texture but in their walls have holes for entering air from outside.
  • 6. Termites Food Termites mainly eat stored timber, waste timber, formwork timbers, dead trees and there after the cellulose of a plant is constructed of. Cellulose is the most important component of a plant.
  • 7. Enemy of Termites Ants, spiders eat termites. Termite and ants are natural enemies. Termites are representing a source of food for ants.
  • 8. Image of Termites
  • 9. Life cycle of Termites
  • 10. For More Information Contact Us www.sydneypestcontrol.org Call us : 02 94547774 Or 0488991126 Email id : info@sydneypestcontrol.org Address : 21/1-19 regent st Redfern NSW 2016, Australia

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