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Monday, August 08, 2011

Procapritermes Sp2

This species is larger (or rather longer) at over 7 millimeter than the first. The head is longer in proportion to body.


The soldier of a Procapritermes species.
The soldier of a Procapritermes species.

Soldier and worker of Procapriemes sp2.
Soldier and worker of Procapriemes

Soldier and worker of Procapriemes sp2.
Soldier and worker of Procapriemes

The soldier of Procapritermes measuring at over 7.5 millimeters.
soldier of Procapritermes

The soldier of Procapritermes .
soldier of Procapritermes

The soldier of Procapritermes.
soldier of Procapritermes

Soldier, worker and larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.
Soldier, worker and larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.

Soldier, worker and larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.
Soldier, worker and larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.

Soldier, worker and larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.
Soldier, worker and larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.
The larva (nymph) of Procapritermes.
Larva or nymph of Procapritermes



See also:

Taxonomy
Domain - Eukaryota
Kingdom - Animalia
Subkingdom - Bilateria
Branch - Protostomia
Infrakingdom - Ecdysozoa
Superphylum - Panarthropoda
Phylum - Arthropoda
Subphylum - Mandibulata
Infraphylum - Atelocerata
Superclass - Panhexapoda
Epiclass: Hexapoda
Class - Insecta
Subclass - Dicondylia
Infraclass - Pterygota
Superorder - Dictyoptera
Order - Isoptera
Family - Termitidae
Subfamily - Termitinae
Genus - Procapritermes



Last Updated: 2012 03 08
First Posted: 2011 08 08
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1 comment:

  1. This looks like Homallotermes. But to make sure count the articles of the antennae. If the antennae is 13-segmented it is Homallotermes. If 14 or more it's Procapritermes or something else.

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