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The scientific name for the silverfish pest is lepisma saccharina, which tells us a lot about the common silverfish because it means that it likes starches as well as sugar. These pests have no wings, and they are called a silverfish because they move by wriggling much like a fish, and are often silver in color depending on its age.
The reason that it is a pest is that it can wreak havoc in a home, eating the wallpaper off the walls for the paste underneath, eating books because of the glue they are put together with, as well as eating photo albums that are held as keepsakes. In addition they also love to eat paper, clothing, dandruff, carpet, hair, coffee, sugar, and cereals, though it will also eat synthetic fibers, linen, silk and cotton!
If your home is also home to this pest, you will need to work hard to get rid of them because the first thing that needs be done is to remove all dampness in your home, as silverfish need dampness to breed and live. Should you have any leaky pipes, for instance, silverfish will be found among that kind of surrounding. The same can be said for a leaky roof. Drying out the area will help substantially.
In our modern day, we have thankfully invented such silverfish detractors such as dehumidifiers to dry out the damp areas that silverfish love. You will find that drying out your damp rooms will go far in keeping silverfish down.
Following the drying out of the areas where silverfish are found, you will next need to begin to kill the silverfish pest. There are a number of ways to do this.
Some people favor poisoned bait cards that allow the silverfish to eat some and then return to their fellow pests and share it thus causing the extermination of many. Others favor pheromone laden baits that lure the silverfish to it, and then trap the pest in strong glue that will not free the silverfish, thus causing its eventual demise.