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Termites Vs Flying Ants – Knowing the Difference Can Save You Thousands…

Termites and ants are both fascinating insects that boast impressively organized and extremely productive colonies. However, they can cause damage if they infest areas where humans live or work. In order to get rid of or deter insects, it is important to know what exactly what species you is dealingWhat works for eradicating one species […]

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How Long Ants Live and Other Strange Facts about Ants

Ants are mesmerizing little creatures. They’re incredibly social, they live in colonies and build intricate nests. These facts, however, aren’t the only curious things about ants. The little insects are particularly long-lived. Though there are some differences between species, ants tend to spend a lot of time on this planet in comparison to other insects. […]

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Termites in Trees: Treat Termites in Live Yard & Orchard Trees & in Stumps

These unpleasant small insects can infest a whole house and damage the whole structure. And not only that, they can also infest trees and form several massive colonies in a single tree. If you have a super-looking garden and you care about it, you should pay attention so you can learn about the danger that […]

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Termite Bait Stations, Traps & Monitoring Systems – DIY & Advanced Baits

Termite colonies expand in a house and are active in areas such as damp wood and wet soil. In order to control these termites and limit the damage, pest control professionals discovered several ways that will help, if not completely, remove termites.  Termite bait stations are some of the most efficient solutions for this domestic […]

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Do Termites Have Eyes? Some Termite Species & Castes Do Have Eyes!

Many questions about the physical structure of termites: Do termites have eyes? How many legs does a single termite have? What is the use of termite antennae? Well, the answer to “Do termites have eyes?” is: NO, because termites partially don’t have eyes. Or in better words, they don’t have the ability to develop eyes. Read […]

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