This mandibular termite has a hole in the front of it's head from which it secretes a white substance - presumably defensive. Also quite notable are the scissor-like mandibles which cross over one another as the termite snips blindly away at threats like clumsy human fingers. Wilston, Qld.
Angry termite soldier exudes a white defensive liquid after I disturbed it's nest. Bringing it out of it's warm, moist nest into dry and cold winter air has resulted in the condensation on it's back. Wilston, QLD.