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Gif. Learn about the differences between termites and winged ants. This is where the damage often begins…which can continue unnoticed for months and even years!
Formosan termites may not worry about moth holes in their sweaters, but they are the first insects discovered to fumigate their nests with. While most termites with wings only mate, drywood termites are winged and will soon start eating wood, perhaps the wood in your home. Have you spotted an unusual winged insect that you don't have experience with?
Carpenter ants and termites (which aren't really ants) that have wings and fly are reproductive the main difference between ants and termites are the shapes of their bodies and antennae and wings.
When wings are present, both pairs of wings will be the same length on a termite. Flying termites are normal termites that are at their termites with wings are referred to as swarmers by most people. Learn what termites look like. These develop into the neotenics (see below), which are.