Silverfish (Lepsima Saccharina)
A silverfish is a small grey wingless insect, it gets its name because its movements resemble a swimming fish. It takes four months after hatching for these insects to reach adulthood, when it will get its full silver and grey coloring. They eat pantry food such as grains, carbohydrates, and starches. Silverfish are nocturnal and known for their speed, even faster than centipedes, they can outrun most of their predators. These insects are also known as bristle tails because of their three leg-like tails at the rear end of their body.
Silverfish are nocturnal, they like to hide from sunlight. A great way to get rid of them is to turn over rocks or piles of debris they might hide under, and expose their hiding place to sunlight. They will look for new dark corners to hide in, if you can shine light on their hiding spots and clean any piles of decaying brush or refuse outside they will look for a new area to live and nest in.
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Spring Touch can remove Silverfish with our perimeter insect control program. One of our trained and certified technicians will apply a safe and effective four-foot barrier around the home to keep insects from getting inside. After the first application, these and other insects will begin to disappear and many kinds of insects will be under control for 28 days or more between applications. For more information call 248-826-5296 or email to Get A Quote on your perimeter insect control program today.!--more-->