You rascals! I love the picture of "my ceiling." Each one of these things appears feet apart from the next. They're not quite as pudgy as gustavratzenhofer's pic, and definiely not squirming in a pile.
I'm hoping the she-ggot laid them all at once and they will eventually quit hatching. But the eerie thing is they go from zero to 1+ cm in no time.
I don't understand where they get their liquid content, considering that a little egg speck wouldn't have enough liquid to inflate an entire larva. These aren't as juicy as gustavratzenhofer's look, either, but they are juicy.
I'm inclined to call it a possession myself.
But I do think the cleaning-out and putting of flour in the fridge is a sound piece of advice. I live in the frigid Midwest.
I've been trying to decide whether to start painting the ceiling, considering the kitchen, dining room and living room are all in the same expanse and I'm not in the mood to paint them all. I would have to call a pintero. And then once s/he's here, s/he would logically have to paint all the walls, which could become a real nuisance.