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No, a silverfish is a wingless insect.
Yes! Silverfish have a pair of feelers
Silverfish are insects.
Antarctic silverfish was created in 1902.
Yes. One time, I saw a silverfish on my ceiling!
The Silverfish insects are not poisonous nor do they transmit any diseases .
Centipede's bite and silverfish do not bite.
Silverfish Trivia was created on 2007-04-17.
Silverfish and army ants have a sommensalistic symbiotic relationship. This is because the silverfish benefit, but the army ants are unaffected. The silverfish consume the detritus left over by the army ants and are afforded protection by their presence.
Silverfish spawn in strongholds, they aren't hard to kill but are very annoying.
Silverfish and ants live together and share their prey.
Silverfish live on land.
Silverfish isn't a longboard manufacturer, they are a longboarding website/forum.
What did silverfish eat before there was books and paper
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the silverfish and the army ant have a parasitism relationship.
Silverfish have small compound eyes which consists of many photoreceptors that point in difeferent directions. This allows the silverfish to have a wider range and ability to detect light and quick movements.
A little black worm that looks like a centipede might be a silverfish. A silverfish is a destructive worm, almost as bad as a termite. Silverfish do not eat wood, though. Silverfish don't usually like the daylight and will hide like a cockroach will.
A oyster is a invertebrate because they have know backbone or skull
Army ants do not recognize silverfish as prey or predator so they leave them alone. Silverfish use this to their advantage, living in army ant colonies in a commensalistic symbiotic relationship.
Silverfish are annoying insects.