The clayren roachhopper split from its ancestor to live on the Clayren Beach. The roachhopper has evolved to be able to eat dead plant and animal (or plent) matter, instead of just plant matter. This is advantageous, as it allows the roachhopper to feast on the plethora of food that the tide brings in. Dead swimmerpedes, seaplents, trapinouts, and plenty more. The roachhopper still relies on dung for some of its food, and for laying its eggs in. The main predator that the roachhopper has on Clayren beach is the leatherback scuttlecrab.