Binucleus Long-Root Crystal
The binucleus long-root crystal split from the binucleus hollow crystal. The long-root crystal now has two kinds of roots: those that go into the ground to absorb water and those that spread over land to find dead organisms or other plants. The latter roots can grow up to ten meters long and, when it finds a dead organism or another plant, it will start feeding off of it. A new long-root crystal will grow out off any root that finds food. After the organism has been eaten, the roots will die and the new long-root crystal will make its own roots. Because the mother crystal can't feed off of dead organisms anymore thanks to this, she has grown a large, round solar panel to absorb more sunlight. It has also become much larger than its ancestor and is now able to grow 10 meters tall - this way it can absorb even more sunlight. The binucleus long-root crystal still uses spores to reproduce, but because they also use their roots to reproduce, they now live in much larger numbers.