There are nocturnal silver fishes and their identification is a little difficult. Here are however a few identifiers that can help you monitor Adelaide’s silverfish:
Skin and Tiny Feces Cast
The cast skin and silverfish faeces look like pepper. Therefore, if you find any of these at home, chances are high that your building will be infested with silverfish.
Holes in the wallpaper may be caused by silverfish. Hence, silverfish infestation may also, be suggested by the appearance of holes.
Stains of Yellow
The fabrics, books and wallpapers are caused to turn yellow by Silverfish.
Locks for Moisture
In sinks and bathtubs, they prefer moisture and get stuck. Check for these regions, therefore for their infestation, if any.
Inspect the clothing segment
It’s cotton, linen, and silk that they feed. So search your cloth closets in order to look for an infestation.
Inspect for Glue positions
Silverfish prefer glue and gum to eat. Thus, look at the furniture and other places where glue may have been used.
Boxes for Cardboard
Cardboard boxes, magazines, and bookbinding are among their favourite locations. Therefore, looking at these locations can also make you aware of the an infestation of silverfish, if any.