People often confuse termites with ants because of their similar appearance. There are, however, several fundamental differences between flying ants and termites:
- Termites have four wings of equal length: ants also have four wings; however, the front pair of wings is longer than the back pair.
- Termites have straight antennae; ants antennae are elbowed.
- Termite bodies are shaped like a torpedo; ants are shaped like an hourglass.
- Termites do not sting or bite; ants can and do, so be careful.
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If you have had swarming activity in your home, put some of the swarmers into a jar or bag and have your home professionally inspected.
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