Some of the spores of the tiger bulbstalk in the Flisch-Krakow Alpine fell down to the Huggs Tropical Rainforest. The few tiger bulbstalk who survived adapted to the new environment. Because there is much more water, it stores it in the trunk and cools its self that way. And its completely black because of that too, that way its photosynthesis process functions better. But it only grows at shades because it will overheat. The drag grass uses the water in its trunk, when the shade moves and the plant is exposed to sun, then it starts to "sweat". The bulb is smaller now because the need of it decreased. Has two spore chambers now for faster reproduction. The whole plant is smaller now and its everywhere in the forest. Reproduces like the tiger bulbstalk.