Cone shaped mounds located in South Africa.
Described as small columnar domes by the author.
- Cubitermes wasmann
- 22° 52' 40" S, 31° 23' 60" E
- Köppen Class
On average, 500mm of rain fall here each year, with 253mm (or 50.6%) of that falling during this locations' wettest quarter.
Local SoilThe local soil is composed of lixisols.
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ISRIC – World Soil Information, 2013. Soil property maps of Africa at 1 km. Available for download at www.isric.org.
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Photo Source: Meyer, V. W., and Technikon Pretoria. Department of Nature, C. (1997). "Distribution and density of mound-building termites in the northern Kruger National Park."