The beach rustweed split its ancestor and moved to Abello. Through genetic atavism, they are able to survive on land when low tide hits, but live in the surf mostly. They are now 10x larger than it's ancestor, though half of their structure is under the sand. They've grown wide leaves that splay to increase their surface area, allowing for more photosynthesis. They reproduce when the roots of 2 beach rustweed touch, exchanging genetic material. The plant then grows tiny spore on its leaves, and the spores detach and float off and settle in the sand to grow.