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Termite ID Request

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#1 Offline mahal4ever - Posted January 22 2023 - 4:30 AM



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May have to zoom in on the image

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#2 Offline ItalianTermiteMan2.0 - Posted January 23 2023 - 1:23 PM


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They're Porotermes adamsoni, a member of the tiny and archaic Stolotermitidae family. Pretty flat looking termites, but not as flat as the related Stolotermes!


A note for next time: the size in mm is often very important for IDying  :) .

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