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COVER Termites (Microcerotermes sp.) explore and consume wood, digesting it in their mound in Far North Queensland, Australia. A globally replicated experiment revealed that wood-feeding termites are far more sensitive to temperature and precipitation compared with wood-dwelling microbes. As temperatures warm, termites are likely to increase recycling rates of deadwood globally, especially in hot, dry places. See page 1440.

Photo: Johan Larson

Science

  • Volume 377|
  • Issue 6613|
  • 23 Sep 2022

COVER Termites (Microcerotermes sp.) explore and consume wood, digesting it in their mound in Far North Queensland, Australia. A globally replicated experiment revealed that wood-feeding termites are far more sensitive to temperature and precipitation compared with wood-dwelling microbes. As temperatures warm, termites are likely to increase recycling rates of deadwood globally, especially in hot, dry places. See page 1440.

Photo: Johan Larson

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