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Arid Land Subterranean

Description: The Arid Land Subterranean Termite is a member of the family Rhinotermitidae. These are small termites, 1/4-3/8" (5-9 mm) long, that inhabit warmer parts of North America. Winged forms are black, while other castes are white or yellowish. Unlike rotting-wood termites, they have a pale depression or fontanelle, on top of the head between the eyes. they have no teeth on their jaws; the hind femora are not swollen and there are no spines on the tibiae. Most members of this family live in colonies underground. A few establish colonies in damp wood.

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