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Silverfish are considered a household pest because of their destruction of property. They consume glue, paper, book bindings, photos, sugar, hair, coffee, carpet, dandruff, clothing, ear wax, tapestries, cotton, linen, silk, and even leather. Silverfish can live for more than a year without eating.
Silverfish require a relative humidity of 75% to 90% to thrive, and are most often found in bathrooms, basements, garages, closets, and attics.
Silverfish are nocturnal, long and flat insects between one-half and 1 inch in length. The abdomen tapers so that they have a fish-like appearance. Born whitish, they become gray and have a metallic shine as they mature. They have too small eyes, are wingless, and move in a side to side motion that resembles a fish. They live from 2 to 8 years.
The removal and control of silverfish may require the use of pesticides to get rid of silverfish infestations and to prevent future outbreaks.