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    During a survey of termites in Wisconsin, one colony was found from a different habitat than the remaining populations. This observation led to further genetic testing which resulted in a determination of Reticulitermes tibialis Banks. This is the first record of a termite species other than Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) to be established in the state.

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    Arango, Rachel A. 2015. First Record of the Arid-Land Termite Reticulitermes tibialis Banks, in Wisconsin. THE GREAT LAKES ENTOMOLOGIST Volume 48, Number 1 - 2, 2015; pp. 98-99.


    Reticulitermes tibialis Banks, Wisconsin

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