The booklouse, a barely visible bug, likes to feed on lichens, fungi and the paste used for book bindings; hence, booklice are "classic" book destroyers. Booklice dwell in dark and humid areas, and they can often be found inside old books that have gathered dust over long periods of time.
Booklice are harmless, and they do not bite humans. They can be killed off easily by exposing them to the sun, drying them out, and subsequently killing them. However, if the infestation is too severe, contact us, and we will eliminate them with insecticide.