Do termite larvae look like maggots?

Author: admin  /  Category: drywood termites

I’m in the south and termites have been a problem in my home, especially drywood termites that are brown and kind of look like ants with big pinchers. The other day I found a bunch of maggot looking insects squirming around under a rug. Other than the look of them I have no reason to think they are maggots, but they didn’t have legs like the termite larvae I’ve seen researching these guys online.

no they do probably seen maggots not too worry.

4 Responses to “Do termite larvae look like maggots?”

  1. Dudeman Says:

    They look like this in between the egg stage and the ant looking stage.
    References :

  2. Stugotz Says:

    yes they do most termites hatch around march and april
    References :

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