The beribarbos split from its ancestor. It increased the number of berries produced and these evolved a new way to be dispersed and fertilized without have dependence of creatures. Each berry will grow a long reproductive structure where, in the tip, is the female portion, while around it are pollen cells. The wind will spread these and allow them to reach the nearest beribarboses on the area, pollinating them. Due to proximity of the berries, auto-pollination always can occur.
This plant is smaller than its ancestor, allowing it to be reached by small creatures. Beribarbos’ berries have a sweet-rot scent, luring several creatures; even not eating them, creatures touching the berries will keep them adhered for some time, spreading them through the forest. The berries have a waxy cover, which becomes sticky when in contact with water, promoting the adhesion.
Beribarbos developed thicker leaves, which curl back and let rainwater and dew flow to the core, creating a small pond. The roots grow deeper, giving better settling on the forest ground.