Cone and Dome shaped mounds located in India.
- Odontotermes wallonensis
- 17° 40' 12" N, 80° 31' 48" E
- Köppen Class
On average, 1080mm of rain fall here each year, with 737mm (or 68.24%) of that falling during this locations' wettest quarter.
Local SoilThe local soils are primarily chromic luvisols.
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Photo Source: A. Nageswara Rao, C. H. S., and C.H. Sammaiah (2013). "Diversity and Density of Termite Mounds in Bhadrachalam Forest Region, Andhra Pradesh." The Bioscan, 1(10), 81-86.