2 edition of Indian species of termite genus Coptotermes found in the catalog.
Indian species of termite genus Coptotermes
M. L. Roonwal
Bibliography: p. 71.
|Statement||[by] M.L. Roonwal and O.B. Chhotani.|
|Contributions||Chhotani, Om Bahadur, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .I46 no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 115 p.|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||sa 64006670|
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Indian species of termite genus Coptotermes. New Delhi, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M L Roonwal; Om Bahadur Chhotani.
Indian species of termite genus Coptotermes. New Delhi, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, (DLC)sa (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: M L Roonwal; Om Bahadur Chhotani.
Among the termite genera, Coptotermes has the highest number of pest species of any genus, with 28 species known to cause damage. Less than 10% of drywood termites are pests, but they infect wooden structures and furniture in tropical, subtropical and other regions.
Dampwood termites only attack lumber material exposed to rainfall or : Insecta. Termite species can be difficult to identify, even for the experts. Identification is usually based on the soldiers, which is the termite caste that has the most easily distinguishable features.
Of the pest species listed above, it is the Coptotermes species. Distribution: Coptotermes acinaciformis is present over the entire Australian mainland, except in a few high-rainfall areas and along some of the eastern coastline, from Jervis Bay in New South Wales to Cape Otway in Victoria.
Economic significance: These termites are the most destructive termite species in Australia. It causes damage to all. A new species of termite genus Dicuspiditermes Krishna (Termitidae: Termitinae) from Kerala, India with distribution of the known species of the genus. Annals of Entomology 3(2): Verma, S.C.
Termites from Uttar Pradesh Tarai region (India) with a key for identification of species. Indian Journal of Forestry 12(4): Integrative taxonomy, including molecular, morphological, distributional and biological data, is applied in a review of the taxonomy of the Australian species of.
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We service all areas from the Gold Coast to Northern NSW Termite Species Overview Termites feed on cellulose in the form of living or dead plant tissue, such as timber, grass and man-made products like paper. Curiously, these termite species are wood-eating and a problem in structural lumber, furniture, and other wood products (Rust and Su, ;Evans et al., ), and the West Indian drywood termite.
Family: Rhinotermitidae (subfamily Coptotermitidae) Genus: Coptotermes Type: Subterranean. Castes: Queen, king, soldier, worker, reproductive.
Nest type: Coptotermes generally do not build mounds, except in tropical areas of mostly nests in trees, stumps, poles, or filled-in verandahs where timber has been buried. Favoured trees for nesting are English oaks, various.
A new species of drywood termite (Kalotermitidae), Cryptotermes colombianus, is described and new records for Cryptotermes cylindroceps and Cryptotermes mangoldi are presented from the Caribbean coast of termes colombianus is described from two soldiers and genetic sequences.
This unusual species differs noticeably from other Cited by: 5. termite is easy to distinguish as it is so much larger than the West Indian. The Formosan Subterranean Termite- Family Rhinotermitidae: Genus Coptotermes I.
History The termite of the most economic importance in the state of Hawaii is the Formosan subterranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus, often considered the most aggressive. Family: Rhinotermitidae (subfamily Coptotermitidae) Genus: Coptotermes Type: Subterranean. Castes: Queen, king, soldier, worker, reproductive.
Nest type: Coptotermes generally do not build mounds, except in tropical areas of mostly nests in trees, stumps, poles, or filled-in verandahs where timber has been buried. Favoured trees for nesting are English oaks. Studies on the natural resistance of timbers to termite attack.
Laboratory evaluation of the resistance of three species of Indian wood toMicrocerotermes beesoni Snyder (Termitidae: Amitermitinae).Indian Forester, – + 3 flag leaves.
Google ScholarCited by: 8. Of the termite pest species in the world, Hawaii is home to two of the most economically important termite pests, the Formosan subterranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki, and the Asian subterranean termite, Coptotermes gestroi (Wasmann), as well as the most damaging drywood termite pest, the West-Indian drywood termite Cited by: 3.
In Central America and the West Indies, there are 17 pest species. Among the termite genera, Coptotermes has the highest number of pest species of any genus, with 28 species known to cause damage. Less than 10% of drywood termites are pests, but they infect wooden structures and furniture in tropical, subtropical and other regions.
Abstract. Termite,an exopterygotan insect are eusocial,polymorphic and live in small to large species construct discrete nests with a complicated are mound or subterranean or arboreal nest are homeostatic are more than species of termites distributed mainly in the tropical and subtropical countries,but.
The number of recognized invasive termite species has increased from 17 in to 28 today. Fourteen species have been added to the list in the past 44 years; 10 have larger distributions and 4 have no reported change in distribution, and 3 species are no longer considered invasive.
Although most research has focused on invasive termites in urban areas, molecular. Among the termite genera, Coptotermes has the highest number of pest species of any genus, with 28 species known to cause damage.
 Less than 10% of drywood termites are pests, but they infect wooden structures and furniture in tropical, subtropical and other regions. Systematics of oriental termites.
A new species, Coptotermes gaurii, from Ceylon. Indian Journal of agricultural Sciences, 25(2): Roonwal, M.L. and Maiti, P.K. First record of termite genus Postelectrotermes (Kalotermitidae) from India, with description of a new species.
Indian Journal of Entomology, 27(3): The introduced West Indian Dry-wood Termite (Cryptotermes brevis) is considered to be the world's worst termite pest as it can eat even very small timber objects with few external signs of damage, can quickly take over from native termite species, can survive in quite dry conditions, and is easily on: 36 Glen Echo Rd, Elgin,Illinois.
A giant crawling brain: the jaw-dropping world of termites Formosan termites, of the genus Coptotermes, Back in the s, the other Marais didn’t write a termite science book.
The information with respect to termite species as an edible insect and the overall role it plays in food and nutrition security in Africa is quite informative. A separate chapter dealing with importance of termites and termitaria in mineral exploration constitutes a significant step in addressing the economic importance of this insect group.
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This contribution deals with the worker caste of the Neotropical termite fauna. It is a compilation of present knowledge about the morphology of pseudergates and workers, including the literature discussing the origin and evolution of this caste, the terminology used in the different taxonomic groups, and the techniques used to study these individuals, especially examination of the gut Cited by: 1.
In all termite families except the Termitidae, flagellate protists in the gut assist in cellulose digestion.  However, in the Termitidae, which account for approximately 60% of all termite species, the flagellates have been lost and this digestive role is taken up, in part, by a consortium of prokaryotic : Insecta.
Roonwal ML, Krishna K () Systematics of Oriental termites. A new species, Coptotermes guarii, from Ceylon. Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 25(2): – 2. Krishna K () Two new species of Coptotermes Wasmann from Malaya (Isoptera, Rhinotermitidae, Coptotermitinae).
American Museum Novitates 1–: Michael S. Engel, David A. Grimaldi. Termites are social insects reported from many countries of the world. Some species of them are known to be beneficial to man, whereas some others cause substantial losses (billions of US dollars annually) of properties and amenities.
Various preventive and remedial methods are used to control undesirable termite species. The current review paper gives an overview of Author: Hugues Baïmey, Lionel Zadji, Léonard Afouda, André Fanou, RéginaKotchofa, Wilfrieda Decraemer. Full text of "Geographical origins and dispersions of termite genera" See other formats XI E> HAHY OF THE UN IVLR5ITY OF ILLINOIS FI v.
BIOLOQi The person charging this material is re- sponsible for its return on or before the Latest Date stamped below. Abstract. Heterotermes indicola (Wasmann) (Blattodea: Rhinotermitidae) is a species of subterranean termite that is a destructive pest of wood and wood products in Pakistan.
This study evaluated the antioxidant and antienzyme potential of heartwood extractives against H. ood extractives of four durable wood species, Tectona grandis (L.f), Dalbergia Cited by: 5. Coptotermes heimi (Wasmann) is a termite widely present throughout Pakistan and causes detrimental effects in standing trees.
In this study, the feeding preferences of C. heimi for 18 different wood species were determined through choice and no-choice trials under laboratory and field conditions. In no-choice laboratory trials, different combinations of wood Cited by: 2. There are 15 recognized species in the genus, of which 13 are native to Australia and the other two (C.
neocaledonica, C. sulcata) native to New Caledonia. Traditionally, the most widely used common name is cypress-pine, a name shared by some species of the closely related genus Actinostrobus. Termite Resistant Timbers. A new species of the genus Beesonia from Shandong, China.
Journal of Shandong Agricultural University 17(4): Hu, X.P. Studies on gall-like scale insects, with descriptions of three new species from Shandong, China.
Entomotaxonomia VII (4): Hu, X.P. Studies on the gall-like scale, Kermes miyasakii Kuwana. The West Indian dry-wood termite is a problem in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii, parts of Florida and Louisiana, and a number of U.S.
Pacific Island territories. Dry-wood termites are slightly larger than most other species, ranging from ½ inch to ⅝ inch long, and are generally lighter in color.
INTRODUCTION. Species of Cryptotermes are among the most destructive of termites attacking seasoned timber in buildings (Williams,).The association between Cryptotermes brevis and structural timber has become particularly close; this species has not yet been found in natural habitats.
Most of the pest species have been accidentally introduced, by Cited by: Ants kill a lot of termites. Right around the world, and for most termite species, ants are the main predators. When you see termite soldiers, most of the funny-shaped jaws or pointy or blocky heads are really there as effective adaptations against attacking ants.
When termites fly, lots get eaten before they can create a safe nest. Species which construct a well defined nest, such as representatives of the genus Coptotermes have colonies normally headed by one pair of primary reproductives. Queens are very physogastric and have oviposition rates of many tens of thousands of eggs per year (Nutting, ).
If a primary queen dies, no single neotenic can attain the same Cited by: Introduction. Cryptotermes is one of the best studied and economically most significant genus of drywood termites (KrishnaChhotaniGay and WatsonLenz et al.BacchusConstantinoScheffrahn and KřečekKorbKrishna et al.
).Sixty-nine species have been described with 33 distributed in the Neotropics (2 fossil, 4 Cited by: 5. Biology of Invasive Termites: A Worldwide Review Biology of Invasive Termites: A Worldwide Review Evans, Theodore A.; Forschler, Brian T.; Grace, J.
Kenneth The number of recognized invasive termite species has increased from 17 in to 28 today. Fourteen species have been added to the list in the past 44 years; 10 have larger.
The introduced West Indian Dry-wood Termite (Cryptotermes brevis) is considered to be the world's worst termite pest as it can eat even very small timber objects with few external signs of damage, can quickly take over from native termite species, can survive in quite dry conditions, and is easily transported.
Termites and Termite Control - How To Stop Problem Jobs From Becoming Nightmares Termatrac is really a breakthrough development within the creating inspection detection regarding termites.Their range corresponds to those of its preferred subterranean termite species Coptotermes formosanus and Cyclotermes formosanus.
They forage through a surrounding area that is about – ft (50–m) in circumference, and then move .Currently, the UF termite collection conta colony samples. ABOVE: Selected images of termite species from the United States: A. Zootermopsis angusticollis (western rottenwood termite, California), B.
Pterotermes occidentis (Arizona), Marginitermes hubbardi (Arizona), Coptotermes gestroi (Asian subterranean termite, Florida).