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Category: Termite Research


Although a species rarely encountered by Australian pest managers, the West Indian drywood termite is an invasive species that pest managers should be well informed about.

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A de-alated tandem pair, with the male termite following behind the female in search of a suitable nesting site


We know that termites pair up during swarming events, but what makes a termite chose one partner over another? Steve Broadbent, Regional Director for Ensystex, reviews the research.

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