[column width=”1/3″ place=”first” ]silverfish control bug central [/column]

[column width=”2/3″ place=”last” ]Silverfish are small, soft insects without wings and the abdomen has three filaments extending from it. Silverfish are not often seen by homeowners because they are nocturnal and can run very swiftly. Occasionally, they are found in bathtubs or sinks. They crawl in seeking food or moisture and can’t climb out. These insects prefer vegetable matter with a high carbohydrate and protein content. However, indoors they will feed on almost anything. A partial list of food sources includes dried beef, flour, starch, paper, gum, glue, cotton, linen, rayon, silk, sugar, molds and breakfast cereals.[/column]