I'm trying to get a visual understanding of termite anatomy and I'm getting quite confused on the protruding mouthpart area (it looks like a beak) located between the pincers.
What does it do / what is it for? It does not look like a chewing mouthpart.
Further, is it related to the mouthparts of the worker / females termites?
Oddly enough, I found "Conehead" termites with what appears to be a far more profound version of this part (though it might not be) and again I see no purpose for it.
Is there a place on the internet where the breakdown of termites can be found? This would be very useful.
What is between the pincers?