Mastotermes Darwiniensis are giant species of termites found only in Northern Australia. This particular species of termites have similarities with cockroaches. The similarities of the termites with the roaches include anal lobe of the wing and laying eggs in bunches in a case, unlike other termites that lay eggs singly. Only the reproductive termites have wings measuring longer than their abdomen. This species of termites are not found in large numbers and don’t even have large colonies. But, if these termites find a suitable breeding place with abundant water, food and favorable soil condition, the population can grow to be enormous. These termites feed on anything that is organic. These get identified as major agricultural pests as they destroy the newly introduced plants. The reproductive termites grow up to 35 mm with 50 mm long wings. The soldiers measure 11-13 mm long while the workers grow up to 10- 11.5 mm long. Enviro Safe Pest Control helps you in termite control in your residential or commercial areas.