What does a termite bite look like on a human?

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It looks like a big mosquito bite..
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Do termites bite humans?

The termites than fly around looking to start new colonies do not. The soldier termites and the worker termites can bite, but do so only in defense, and they have no venom. It

What do termite larva look like?

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What do termite tunnels look like?

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Termites what do they look like?

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Do baby termites look like a maggot?

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