12+ Winged Reproductive Termite
Background. The presence of winged termites, or their shedded wings, inside a home, should be a warning of a termite infestation. The insects shown in this video are termites in the winged reproductive stage.
It is important to know the difference between a winged ant and a termite. Male and female reproductive swarmers usually emerge in spring, although termite swarmers may emerge almost anytime during the year. Whereas soldier, worker or secondary reproductive termites are generally blind, a flying.
This caste is the only one with fully functional wings and eyes.
Learn about flying termites & the problems they indicate. The only kind of termite that has wings is the reproductive swarmer while there are a few ant species that produce winged reproductives including carpenter ants, pavement ants and. Swarming termites are attracted to light a queen termite may live for decades. Learn about flying termites & the problems they indicate.