Binucleus Crystal Shrub

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Binucleus Crystal Shrub
(Binucrystallus prime)
Artwork of Binucleus Crystal Shrub
Species is extinct.
11/70, replaced by descendant
Creator Yokto Other
Taxonomy
Domain
Kingdom
Subkingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Eukaryota
Binucleozoa
Crystallozoa
Eucrystalita
Eucrystalla
Crystallales
Crystallaceae
Binucrystallus
Binucrystallus prime
Week/Generation 1/7
Habitat Ocean Floor
Size 1 m Tall
Primary Mobility Sessile
Support Unknown
Diet Consumer, Photosynthesis
Respiration Passive (Lenticels)
Thermoregulation Ectotherm
Reproduction Sexual, Spores


Binucleus crystal shrub is the descendant of the binucleus stella dodecahedron. Like its predecessor it comes in many colors and lives off dead organisms, sunlight and absorbed minerals. Its fungal core collects the minerals and dead organism while the photosynthetic outer layer gains energy from the sun. The outer layer creates support and protection for the fungus while the fungus handles the circulation and provides some added protection with its digestive enzymes. It is slow growing like the binucleus stella dodecahedron.


The picture is of a deep-living binucleus crystal shrub (Red). It got a red color because of the lack of light. The binucleus crystal shrub can live in conditions without light, like binucleus stella dodecahedron; and like stella, it turns black when it is in a totally dark environment. binucleus crystal shrub have larger root systems but can not reproduce via the root system.

Binucleus Crystal Shrubs/Binucleusdetritivorus Worm Sex Life

Both send out single nucleus cells that try to find other cells to merge with. On merger the two cells create something called a proto spore. These start to multiply, creating more proto spores. The proto spores try to find other proto spores of opposite symbiotic organism. Fungus/animal try to find plant and plant try to find fungus/animal. When they find each other they create a larger spore modula.

Living Relatives (click to show/hide)

These are randomly selected, and organized from lowest to highest shared taxon. (This may correspond to similarity more than actual relation)
  • Ogawa Crystal (order Crystallales)