Binucleus Stella Dodecahedron
Binucleus Stella Dodecahedron is part of a larger family of crystalline microorganisms that stem from the symbiotic relationship between mega binucleus icosahedron and binuclus truncated icosahedron. The binucleus truncated icosahedron evolutionary line improved its cell walls, making them thicker to protect itself from protomancerxia parasitica and other parasites. The thicker cell wall also protected the binuclus truncated icosahedron from the binucleus icosahedron enzymes. They are slow growing, but have no real competitors because of their thick outer shell and deadly enzymes. Many binucleus stella dodecahedron have several color pigments depending on where they live. The most remarkable examples gain a rainbow color and it will color shift with time. The deeper-living binucleus stella dodecahedron tend to be more red in color while those living close to the surface gain a more green tone. Those that live at the lowest deeps are almost black, lacking all other color pigments.
Living Relatives (click to show/hide)
None found. Note that this does not necessarily mean it has no living relatives at all, but that, assuming all taxonomy is filled in, its entire phylum is extinct; any relatives it does have likely do not resemble it.