Centilopeworm

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Centilopeworm
(Membranathecarcus audacia)
Main image of Centilopeworm
Species is extant.
Information
CreatorColddigger Other
Week/Generation19/128
HabitatIttiz-Ovi Desert, Ovi-Hydro Plains, Ovi-Hydro Chaparral, South Ovi River, Ovi Lake, Ittiz River
Size80 cm Tall
Primary MobilityUnknown
SupportUnknown
DietHerbivore (Woodenberry, Poison Windbulb, Swaberry, Rootvineberry, Slingberry, Vandriswoop, Yenaptak)
RespirationUnknown
ThermoregulationEctotherm
ReproductionSexual, Egg-like Spores Buried, 3 Sexes
Taxonomy
Domain
Kingdom
Subkingdom
Phylum
Class
Subclass
Superorder
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Eukaryota
Phoenoplastida
Pansegmentocaudazoa
Segmentocaudazoa
Pluriptera
Anopterigia
Geobdelloi
Batoapsides
Membranathecarcidae
Membranathecarcus
Membranathecarcus audacia
Ancestor:Descendants:

The centilopeworm split from its ancestor and nearly doubled in size. The first most noticeable change is that it has long hooves, these hooves were developed from its ancestors bristles. Centilopeworms have internal balance organs and will shift various parts of its body to stay upright, in front and behind of the hooves are pins that were also developed from bristles, these pins are waved and moved about to keep the worm balanced. Its head has lengthened to allow it to feed on taller flora, the base has also become more flexible. The end piece has elongated to aid in their new way of breeding.

To breed, centilopeworms find their mates first, a male, a female, and a chemale (hormone cell producer). Once a trio, the three find a soft spot in the soil and stick their oviposters into the ground, they then release a large amount of liquid along with the sex cells specific to their sex. This liquid allows the cells to move about with being in a pool of water.

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)
  • Snohawkworm (order Batoapsides)
  • Spiny Wrigum (superorder Geobdelloi)
  • Riparian Scorpodile (subclass Anopterigia)