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What is the difference in appearance between termite larvae and wood boring larvae?

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Drywood Termites. Unlike the Subterranean termite, dry wood termites do not require any contact with the soil. They live in undecayed wood with a low ...
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Wood-Boring Beetles ... Adult appearance Wood preferences ... The larvae of different wood-boring beetle species differ in size and shape ...
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Common Pests Common Pests Found ... Unfortunately, a termite cannot tell the difference between a pine log and a pine board. ... Only the larvae damage wood.
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... ants and other wood ... Damage is caused by immature termites called nymphs,by the larvae or grubs of the wood-boring ... The appearance of wood ...
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An animal in an early stage of development that differs greatly in appearance from its adult stage. Larvae ... DIFFERENCE TO THE LARVA, ... wood-boring ...
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Old House Borer: Biology ... wood boring beetles. Pest Control. Pests. ... The head of the old house borer larvae is round and is much larger than ...
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