Sand Maggots lay Sand Maggot Eggs. They are often gray and orange in color, and have pulsing motions. After a short duration, the egg bursts open and a couple of Sand Maggot Young crawl out. Sand Maggots can lay an incredible amount of eggs in only a few minutes, so it is best to destroy both of them. A couple of eggs can lead to the hatching of a flood of Sand Maggot Young.
The gestation period for these strange creatures is amazingly short, so usually it is only the remains of the egg that are found. Should a wandering adventurer stumble across an unhatched egg, it is best to destroy it immediately before the monsters inside burst forth and attack the unwary.