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Drywood termites are one of the most destructive termite pests because of their reduced moisture need, and their existence within the wooden structure. They attack living trees’ dead wood as well as timber in service. Drywood termites, unlike subterranean termites, are not easily controlled because termite baiting is not an effective termite treatment.
Subterranean termites dwell in colonies underground and have specialized castes to execute particular colony functions. Workers, Soldiers, and Swarmers (with wings) are the three castes in their society.
Subterranean termites in Singapore prefer food containing wood cellulose or fiber, such as paper, cardboard, and plant items.
Mud tubes, or building tunnels, are passageways-for-termites that termite colonies create and use to move through solid ground. These termites can also enter structures via wood placed on dirt and timber foundations with tunneling abilities
The most common habitat of Dampwood Termites are areas in close proximity to water or damp soil and damp wood – due to the cellulose (their food) contained in wood.
This is a subterranean termite that feeds on moist wood, such as rotted timber, decaying timber, and damp wood. Naturally, this kind of species is prevalent in landscaping.