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What may be a silithid queen, laying an egg.
Like all silithid, the queen exists to serve the hive, and is specialized in her role by laying eggs.
While silithid haven't been a visible part of the world long enough for anyone to accurately gauge their lifespans, some researchers think that after achieving adulthood, a common silithid can live for up to 5 years, although queens can survive for decades.