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Silverfish Found In Washington State
What Do Silverfish Look Like?
The silverfish (Lepisma saccharina) is a small wingless insect that gets its name from the “silvery” light gray and blue color of its body, as well as the fish-like appearance of its movement. Silverfish have long antennae, tapered abdomens, and two small compound eyes. They are typically between half an inch to 1 inch long and seem to wiggle as they scurry around. A newly hatched silverfish appears white but develops its trademark gray hue and metallic shine as it ages.
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