Silver Fish in Cyprus



Sprays, disinfection, how to control and exterminate them.

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Many people are having problems with Silver Fish in Cyprus. The fish (Lepisma saccharina – the silvery scaling) are insects with a size of about 12 mm and are covered by silvery scales. The insect minnow folk call moth books. The fish insect, is one of the insects that feed on books, multiply very easily and threatens many times over the house.

The belly of the fish, insect ends in 3 Stands (descenders). The color of the fish, insect is to ashen gray. Their shape resembles a fish they got that name.Insects, fish mostly found in warm, damp basements and attics in homes or public buildings, libraries in books, behind picture frames (artwork) on boats, yachts, more to the bathroom because of the moisture that is there and the radiators.

Insects fish with their mouth chewing type molecules , eat the amylokkola ridges of old books, wallpaper, insulation materials and ” dressed ” fabrics as well as any kind of starchy foods.Throughout the year we meet all stages of the insect. The biological cycle is completed, depending on the prevailing temperature and humidity, in 7-24 months.

The fish do not bite humans. Transporting hazardous microorganisms in their body as move and drains.

There is a solution.

Silver Fish in Cyprus can be a very serious problem. Our company exterminate with specific methods and sprays Silver Fish throughout Cyprus, depending on their type, using products approved by the Health Authorities of the Ministry of Agriculture and the European Union.

The technical scientists FLY PEST CONTROL is always near you and they have at their disposal a number of powerful disinfectants, insecticides, methods for the control of insects and rodents and provide assurance that the attack has fully addressed satisfactorily, providing high level security for your family and for your pets.

So if you have problem with Silver Fish in Cyprus, and you would like to get rid of them, feel free to ask for a free estimate and advice. Contact us today.