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(Cryosagania flowus)
Artwork of Cryoflow
Species is extinct.
23/?, unknown cause
Creator Hydromancerx Other
Cryosagania flowus
Week/Generation 23/147
Habitat Jujubee Temperate Ocean (Sunlight Zone), North Jujubee Polar Ocean (Sunlight Zone), South Jujubee Polar Ocean (Sunlight Zone), Nergali Polar Coast, Oz Temperate Coast, Wolfgang Temperate Coast, Scifi Polar Shallows, Arctic Polar Sea, Raq Temperate Bay, Colddigger Polar Bay, Elerd Temperate Coast, Darkov Temperate Coast, Bumpy Polar Coast, Anguan Temperate Coast, Blitz Polar Coast, Cola Polar Shallows, North LadyM Polar Ocean (Sunlight Zone), LadyM Temperate Ocean (Sunlight Zone), Wind Polar Sea, Dass-Clarke Temperate Sea, Ramul Temperate Coast, Artir Polar Coast
Size Microscopic
Support Unknown
Diet Consumer (Denitritus, Nixus, Nitritus, Nitratus), Photosynthesis
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Mitosis

The cryoflow is a hybrid of the cryosqualinia and the ladyM carboneater. You see the carboneater was trying to consume the carbon of the cryosqualinia while it was preforming mitosis. Some of the DNA got swapped between the two microbes and the cryoflow was created. Like the cryosqualinia it is a long chain of cell working together to swim and share energy. It still has some of the cyan chloroplats so it can perform photosynthesis.

However the ladym carboneater also chain up too inside the other cell. Thus benefiting from the sugars cryosqualinia's cells make. However that alone cannot sustain both cell and thus at the front of the chain a ladyM carboneater cell grows with an oral grove in order to consume smaller microbes and thus share the energy it gets from them with the other cells in the chain. They have been so successful that they not only have replaced their ancestors, the cryosqualinia and the ladyM carboneater but they have replaced their relative the jujubee carboneater too. They are extremely small and are only around 70 micrometers long.

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)

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.