A Rock Bristletail is often found under rocks and stones. Like other Bristletails, it has three tails, long antennae, and a shrimp-like body. It resembles a Silverfish, but is not as flat and less likely to be found indoors. It is covered in small scales that shed easily, making it difficult for a predator to grab and hold onto it. A Bristletail molts throughout its life and prefers habitats that are moist and cool.
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