Silverfish Firebrats in Atlanta

Silverfish are wingless, long-bodied insects named for their silver bodies and somewhat wavy walking patterns, reminiscent of a fish. Unlike many pests that help with keeping the environment clean, silverfish are pickier and prefer a diet plentiful in sugar, starches, and other carbohydrates. Firebrats are in the same family as silverfish but have a darker color. Silverfish and firebrats typically live outdoors where they can find food and are distributed throughout most of the world. Since silverfish and firebrats can survive on old vegetation and dead wood, they are usually found under rocks and in rotting logs. Indoors, they can eat paper goods, already-damaged and rotting building materials, or garbage. If you live in Atlanta or live in the neighborhoods of Buford, Alpharetta, and Roswell, you probably have seen silverfish.

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