Greblouge replaced its ancestor ukpuke in Glicker. It is smaller now, that way it is harder to detect it by the organisms defenses. It flangella have a small hook at the end, with it they attach themselfs on the blood cell of the host and feed. It stays dormant for a few days and reproduces. After that it starts to feed on the blood cells. It usually gathers around the reproductive system, the waste system and the heart. That way it can infect the young and the mate of a host and his droppings. If its in a young organism the greblouge stays dormant until the host reaches virility. When the host dies, the greblouge can survive with no host for a month.
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)