Silverfish Facts & Treatment
Silverfish are nocturnal insects typically 13–25 mm long. Their abdomens taper at the end, giving them a fish-like appearance. The hatchlings are whitish, but develop a greyish hue and metallic shine, as they get older. They have three long cerci at the tips of their abdomens, one off the end of their body, one facing left, and one facing right.
WQCD: In conjunction with a General Pest Treatment (Ants, cockies & spiders) on a yearly basis, we find that this keeps silverfish under control.