The firebrat is a small insect (typically 1–1.5 cm) similar to the silverfish, both in
the order Thysanura. Firebrats prefer higher temperatures and require some ...
A full grown silverfish or firebrat is about ¼-½ inch long. Both insects lack wings
and have carrot-shaped bodies, thick at the front and tapering towards the ...
Lepisma saccharina, (common silverfish) Thermobia domestica, (common
firebrat). Silverfish, Lepisma saccharina , and firebrats, Thermobia domestica ,
Figure 3. Firebrat damage to paper includes feeding (large, dark spots), grazing (
gray areas and missing letters), discoloration due to fungi (dark brown spots), ...
Firebrat eggs are laid in batches of about 50 and hatch in a little less than two
weeks, which explains why a homeowner may suddenly see a large number of ...
In contrast, the firebrat lives and develops in hot, dark places: for example, in
attics, around furnaces, ovens, and fireplaces, and in insulation around hot water
Firebrat - The Firebrat is a heat-loving type of Silverfish that loves a good book.
Silverfish (top) and firebrat (bottom), about 1/2" long. Note three "tails" at rear end
(left in top image; right in bottom image). The bottom photo is black & white.
While firebrats are not considered a dangerous pest because they will not harm
you, they are still a nuisance, Schendel Pest Services can help!
FIREBRAT LIQUID SPRAY *. Pump Sprayer Conquer If you have firebrats around
the outside of the home and occasionally one gets inside, perimeter ...