Another fact is that adult dragonflies will devour just about anything they can catch. Dragonflies usually eat mosquitoes, bees, gnats, butterflies, termites, and other bugs. When they are in the nymph stage, they eat small fish, tadpoles, mosquito larvae, worms, and aquatic insects.

Another fact is that adult dragonflies will devour just about anything they can catch. Dragonflies usually eat mosquitoes, bees, gnats, butterflies, termites, and other bugs. When they are in the nymph stage, they eat small fish, tadpoles, mosquito larvae, worms, and aquatic insects.

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Do termites fly? Yes, some termites fly. In fact, flying termites are usually a homeowner’s first indication that they are in the middle of a termite infestation. Termite colonies produce winged termites in order to reproduce. After they’ve mated, female termites shed their wings and establish new colonies. And due to warming temperatures, two of the most destructive termite species mated in 2014.

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Do termites fly? Yes, some termites fly. In fact, flying termites are usually a homeowner’s first indication that they are in the middle of a termite infestation. Termite colonies produce winged termites in order to reproduce. After they’ve mated, female termites shed their wings and establish new colonies. And due to warming temperatures, two of the most destructive termite species mated in 2014.

How to Get Rid of Flying Termites (Winged Termites)?

How to Get Rid of Flying Termites (Winged Termites)?

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An orphaned Brazilian free-tailed bat, about two weeks old. Adult free-tailed bats are capable of eating 3000 to 5000 insects a night, including flying termites, flying ants, moths, mosquitoes and fruit flies. They are also known as "Billion-dollar Bats" because of the amount of pest control they provide to agriculture.

An orphaned Brazilian free-tailed bat, about two weeks old. Adult free-tailed bats are capable of eating 3000 to 5000 insects a night, including flying termites, flying ants, moths, mosquitoes and fruit flies. They are also known as "Billion-dollar Bats" because of the amount of pest control they provide to agriculture.

Flying termite, note the four equal sized wings

Flying termite, note the four equal sized wings

How to Get Rid of Flying Termites (Winged Termites)?

How to Get Rid of Flying Termites (Winged Termites)?

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