I don't know , but I know they cause incredible damage. I wouldntbplay around with them and call an exterminator immediately.
Use The Peppermint Spray
Peppermint oil helps to kill flying termites by suffocating them.
Dish soap on its own is efficient against winged termites since it gets attached to the termite’s bodies and dehydrates them to death.
Diatomaceous earth is very helpful in solving the various pest problems. it is a powerful pest killer. It works great against termites by dehydrating them to death.
An electric bug zapper also works great against many types of flying insects and flying termites.
Borax is an effective method to get rid of flying termites fast. It is extremely toxic to termites, and when combined with sweeteners, the termites will not notice the poisonous smell and will carry the bait food back to their colony. When the ruler and the rest of the colony have the borax they will die.
Mix equal parts sugar and borax. Add water to it and keep mixing it constantly until you get a paste consistency. Apply this paste to a portion of cardboard.
Certain types of artificial sweeteners are really toxic to termites, yet the sweet smell is often enough to tempt them for a merry death.
Termites are very vulnerable to sun-rays and actually die when they are exposed. So uncover all the infestation around your house. It is one of the most effective methods to target a particular area being exposed to direct sunlight.
It is known that termites multiply and increase in areas that are damp and humid. Make sure that your place or the building is dry. Repair any moisture prone areas. It will also be useful by looking around your house and make sure that there is no water leakage or water pools in contact with the grounds.
Deep digging is one of the best ways to get rid of flying termites completely. This is because of the reason that the remedy targets these termites colonies and thus removes them quickly and completely.
Destroy all wooden mulch and you will be able to get rid of flying termites fast and naturally. Wooden mulch is often infested with termites because that is what actually attracts these pesky mites.
Sprinkling trioxide is one the best ways that will help you get rid of flying termites. You can also sprinkle it on the area where these termites are found the most. When you sprinkle arsenic dust on the flying termites, they will die. When the other termites will come in contact with the dead termites, they will be killed. But, you have to be careful as there might be different laws related to the use of arsenic, according to the area where you live.
First, do not use arsenic dust. Arsenic is a heavy metal element which will not break down and will be in the environment forever.
Second, termites tend to swarm on hot, humid, still nights. They are a nuisance but the real problem is that they are looking for a place for a new nest. They will swarm and be more noticeable near a bright light.
Dry wood termites are slow eaters but will damage your home. Damp wood termites will usually be outside. Subterranean termites can do serious damage to your home.
Except during the time when they are swarming you will not know they are gnawing away at your home. Call an exterminator and ask there advice. They can give you a good guess as to the type by the manner in which they are swarming.
Call an exterminator and let them inspect for damage-if any. They are the pros and do this for a living, they have the training ,treatments, equipment, and the skill needed. They can also offer suggestions to the homeowner on what to do. Get multiple opinions and make an informed decision.
I would call an exterminator. They are probably doing damage to your home.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.peststrategies.com/pest-guides/termite-guides/get-rid-of-flying-termites/
Try a bug zapper they work great or put up a bat house we’re they are the bats will get them bats eat thousands of bugs a day
Traps are the best way to get rid of them. If you are seeing them fly around, you probably want to invest in a professional exterminator.
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if they are swarming (which they are) then you need a professional to make sure you have no damages inside or out on your house- and they will apply treatment to get rid of them for good if you let it go it will get more costly I know this because this is what we did. We listened to a friend who said it would be fine and ended up with a lot of damage to our home we had to pay to repair.
I recommend calling a pest control service. They will need to investigate to see where they are coming from. You may be in your walls or such and they will need to remove them.
If there inside you need an exterminator. If they are outside you might try this fan trick with a screen..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BhV-o77RqQ