The adult silverfish is about 2 cm long, including the long tail filaments. The most common house species is covered with smooth glistening silvery scales. They eat cereals, moist wheat flour, paper on which there is glue or paste, wallpaper and book bindings, starch in clothing, and rayon fabrics. Silverfish are nocturnal and are not often seen by day. The silverfish lives and develops in dark, damp, cool places, especially bathrooms and basements.
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