Eastern subterranean termite was created in 1837.
Formosan subterranean termite was created in 1909.
they eat woods and dead plants. subterranean termites eat along the grain
Subterranean termite colonies count 1-1.5 million, drywood termite colonies 5-6 thousand. www.primetermite.com 800-205-6707
it can depend on the species but a colony of Eastern Subterranean termites with a population of 500,000 is supposed to be able to consume enough cellulose to equal the weight of a two foot 2 x 4
Subterranean Records was created in 1979.
Subterranean termites eat only soft wood, Drywoods eat hardwood. So it depends on which termite you're asking about.
Subterranean Termites( such as northern, southern, eastern etc.) and Drywood Termites.
Generally, the home of termites is called a colony. Some subterranean termites build homes from mud, dung, and wood pulp--these structures are called mounds.
Subterranean termites eat wood and other materials that contain cellulose. In the forest termites are primary decomposers, eating dead trees, fallen limbs, and stumps.
Subterranean means underground or hidden. The subterranean cave was filled with water.
Subterranean is an adjective.
Redwood indicates a fairly high durability in short-term exposures to high termite activity. Findings also suggest that extractives from this wood are quite toxic to Formosan subterranean termites.
The subterranean grotto was only exposed during extremely low tides.
Termites come in a wide range of sizes. Dampwood termites, the largest is the US, can grow up to five-eights of an inch in length. Subterranean worker termites, which are the most common, can grow to be three-eights of an inch in length.
The formation and composition of the magma, and the local subterranean geology.