Binucleus Hollow Crystal
The binucleus hollow crystal has a hollow core and is supported by a crystalline structure. Its ancestor is the binucleus crystal shrub, which mainly can be found in the Glicker-Wright Reef, but a few lived in the small sea of Yokto and Ittiz. It has grown bigger and collects more sunlight, making all but a few of them green. Its spores are even adapted to land conditions, being lighter and therefore spreading further away from the mother plant. Its roots have also become larger and sometimes, but rarely, a new plant may start to grow from its roots. All of these factors have made it more suited to living on land.