Cone shaped mound located in Australia.
- Tumulitermes hastilis
- 19° 34' 60" S, 128° 50' 60" E
- Köppen Class
On average, 383mm of rain fall here each year, with 235mm (or 61.36%) of that falling during this locations' wettest quarter.
Local SoilThe local soil are primarily Lithisols.
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Photo Source: Petts, A. E. (2009). "Termitaria as regolith landscape attributes and sampling media in northern Australia."