Silverfish females lay groups of less than fifty eggs at once, deposited in small crevices. The eggs are oval-shaped, whitish, about (0.079 cm) long, and take between two weeks and two months to hatch. Silverfish usually lay less than one hundred eggs in their lifetime. When the nymphs hatch, they are whitish in color, and look like smaller adults. As they molt, young silverfish develop a grayish appearance and a metallic shine, eventually becoming adults after three months to three years
Silverfish, in general, called silverfish, fishmoths, carpet sharks, or paramites, are small, wingless insects in the order Thysanura. They are typically between an inch and half an inch in length (12–25 mm) and their abdomen tapers at the end, giving them a fish-like appearance.
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