Drywood termites live in wood, which has a relatively low moisture content. They require no contact with the ground or other moisture source. Drywood termites are usually found in the humid coastal and sub-tropical regions of the United States, but there are several species found in the desert southwest, and they doappear to be spreading. Although there are many species of drywood termites, they all belong to the same family, the Kalotermitidae, and they are all rather similar in appearance. Like other termites, drywood termites will share food amongst one another. And that is just the tip of the iceberg. If you would like to know everything there is to know, than come check out this Nisus Technical Bulletin and gain knowledge on a very important pest control subject.