The Southeastern dry wood termite is one of the few species of termites with a distinctly lower number of members in a single colony.
Their numbers usually range in a few thousand unlike others with far larger capacities.
Southeastern drywood termites are similar to other forms of drywood termites. As such, it is best identified with the damage it inflicts on wooden materials.
The passages they create within infested wood are considerably smooth and they produce oval-shaped fecal pellets, unlike other termites.
While termites are known to prefer wet, moist wooden habitats, the Southeastern dry wood termites are quite the opposite.
Rather than occupying wood that has been severely deteriorated by moisture they much prefer dry wood with little or no signs of rot or decay.
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