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Does anyone know what this insect is?

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http://imgur.com/a/2uFXo Been seeing these little guys creeping around my flat for a little while, anyone know what it is? Read More
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
http://imgur.com/a/2uFXo

Been seeing these little guys creeping around my flat for a little while, anyone know what it is?
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
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Silverfish

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#1
Silverfish
#2
Forky tail otherwise known as an earwig
#3
Zenun
Silverfish


Zenun is right also theres alot of names for them. Nitemare to get rid of tho theyre indestructible. You can step on one theyll just slink off. Good news is theyre harmless but theyre bloody annoying. They love damp areas. Poison is the only thing thatl get rid
#4
Silverfish we had them in our house when we moved in we put ant powder all around the skirting boards etc everyday after that when we woke up we would keep finding loads of dead ones till eventually we didn't see them anymore not seen one now for around 3 years.
#5
Had a lot of these in my halls at uni, mainly in the en suite. Never found a solution to get rid completely, but found leaving en suite door open reduced humidity and so was less likely to see them.
#6
I can't sleep now, just about threw up. X)
#7
dereklogan7
I can't sleep now, just about threw up. X)

Get on YouTube and have a good time mate.
#8
Be careful. These things can read your mind! if your plotting anything.. they already know about it :/

Sleep

With one

Eye open

;(
#9
revo89
Had a lot of these in my halls at uni, mainly in the en suite. Never found a solution to get rid completely, but found leaving en suite door open reduced humidity and so was less likely to see them.
This is my situation now, thankfully term is almost over!
#10
Be very very careful:

http://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/home-theater/208428.jpg

Edited By: getmeone on May 14, 2017 07:42
#11
Looks like a silver fish
#12
Don't put the light on at night then or you will see all its buddies
#13
If you have children or pets use Diatomaceous Earth food grade powder instead of harmful insecticides, it's a mechanical pesticide with no toxins or poisons. Its akin to walking on glass for them, it also dehyrIf it falls on your food, no problem! Great for eliminating ants, or fleas from your pets but good enough to eat. Sorry to labour this point it must be FOOD GRADE.

Drop a spoonful on the floor then create a cloud dust by banging it. Don't inhale the dust. Let it fall and it will do it's magic. Google the health benefits.

Good luck. I hate creepy crawlies.

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