This species is the result of a second series of gateway beakworms leaving their cave home into open sea. Instead of taking advantage of crystal koral and crystal shrubs, this species feeds on the roots of diamiboards as young and will bite chunks off of the crystalline part of the diamiboards as adults (with their thickened "beaks"). The young are brown to fit in with the darker portion of the diamiboard. Adult females retain the camouflage while males develop a vibrant orange use for mating purposes. There are rare red and yellow-blue varieties, the latter resulting in a short lifespan (not good camouflage) but the former sometimes enhancing the lifestyle of the individual. Another feature of this species is its large eyes, positioned for viewing above the water's surface, kind of like a great white, except it is trying to locate diamiboards.
Living Relatives (click to show/hide)
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