A termite queen can live up to 25 years and produce more than 1,000 eggs in a single day. In a lifetime, a termite queen can lay up 9 million eggs. Termite eggs are tiny but are visible to the naked eye. The difficulty is that termite eggs are often hidden away and not very easy to find without professional training.
Termite eggs are commonly white or light brown in color and translucent. They are typically found within termite mud tubes or the wooden galleries they create. The eggs are most often placed in a centralized location. When inspecting a termite infestation, clusters of termite eggs have been described to look like piles of white powder to the naked eye.Have you discovered a termite egg or not sure? Don’t second guess it! Call one of our pros so they can come and inspect!