Silverfish

what attracts silverfish

What attracts silverfish?

If you spot small silver bugs in your home it is most likely silverfish, a common pest in the world. Silverfish are small nocturnal pests that are attracted to homes. Silverfish can sneak into even the smallest crevices, making them one of the most annoying household pests. All of this cleaning and vacuuming efforts will …

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Baby silverfish

Silverfish are often found in wet and humid environments and can enter the house, causing serious problems. Since baby silverfish love humid environments, chances are you will see them in the shower or bath if you have an infestation. If there is a serious infestation you should rely on the services of a specialist to …

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What do silverfish eat?

Silverfish eat things that we don’t count as food, such as magazines, books, wallpaper, photographs, filing cabinet bills, clothes and more. Although silverfish can actually live many months without eating anything, they eat many things, both what we consider to be food and what we don’t. Silverfish are attracted to a variety of dry foods …

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do silverfish bite

Do silverfish bite?

Silverfish are terrible-looking wingless pests that can infect your home. Silverfish insects bite the surface of food sources but do not bite people, so their bite is better compared to a long scratching motion than a real bite. Although silverfish are not known to bite humans, they leave scratch marks on wallpaper, fabrics, papers and binds, …

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silverfish bite

Silverfish bite

Some people mistake an insect called an earwig for silverfish. Silverfish bugs bite the surface of food sources but do not bite humans. Silverfish parasites have weak jaws, so that their bite is better compared to a long scratching motion than a real bite. Although silverfish are not known to bite humans, they leave scratch …

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