Is silverfish an insect?

Answer Silverfish, or Lespisma sacchrina, are a species of wingless insect belonging to the Thysanura family. Silverfish are common household and building pests that can grow to be 3/4-inch in length as a... Read More »

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Silverfish Insect Treatments?

Silverfish belong to the insect order Thysanura and are considered a nuisance if they enter a home. Although they do not cause a great deal of damage unless a large population is present for an ext... Read More »

What do silverfish eat?

Silverfish primarily eat small food crumbs and particles such as cereal grains and other starches. However, they will eat almost anything they can get a hold of such as paper, book glue, cotton, s... Read More »

What does a silverfish eat?

Silverfish can consume cereal grains, paper, book glue, cotton, silk, magazine paper and mold. Silverfish will eat just about anything and if necessary can live up to 1 year without eating.Source:G... Read More »

What Are the Causes of Silverfish?

Silverfish are small, silver or pearl gray wingless insects that seem to appear out of nowhere. You'll find them in your bathroom, kitchen and outdoor areas. Silverfish are not harmful to humans bu... Read More »