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DRYWOOD TERMITES

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Powderpost Termites

Latin Name: Cryptotermes spp.

Latin Family Name: Kalotermitidae

Two species are found in the United States, in Hawaii, Florida and Louisiana, and they are not found outdoors in natural settings but only in the wood of structures and furniture. They also are common in tropical Latin America, and likely originated there.

Southeastern Drywood Termite

Latin Name: Incisitermes snyderi

Latin Family Name: Kalotermitidae

Seven species of these native termites occur in North America, including I. minor, the western species which is extremely damaging to structures throughout California and Arizona, and I. snyderi, the southeastern species which may cause extensive damage in states from Texas to the east coast.

Western Drywood Termite

Latin Name: Incisitermes minor

Latin Family Name: Kalotermitidae

Seven species of these native termites occur in North America, including I. minor, the western species which is extremely damaging to structures throughout California and Arizona, and I. snyderi, the southeastern species which may cause extensive damage in states from Texas to the east coast.

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