Subterranean Termites
Coptotermes lacteus
  Commonly found in eastern NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD - particularly prevalent along the entire coast-line, along the Great Dividing Range and western slopes.
Nest Location - this termite species, most often builds it's nest as a mound up to 2m above ground level, with hard clay walls, so control is easily effected once located by knocking the top off and insecticide treatment of the nest.
Destructive Nature - Coptotermes lacteus attacks stumps, dead trees, timber fences, poles and other timber structures that are in contact with the soil, being softened by weathering or decay. These termites are also known to attack such timber in damp sub-floor areas.
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