Green Snarf

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Green Snarf
(Pestilentia snarfus)
Artwork of Green Snarf
Species is extinct.
23/149, Integrated into Pestilence genus
Creator Hydromancerx Other
Pestilentia snarfus
Week/Generation 18/123
Habitat Flisch Beach, Huggs Beach, King Beach, Krakow Beach, Soma Beach, Yokto Beach, BioCat River, Bone River, Huggs Lakes, Huggs River, Krakow River, Russ River, Slarti River, Yokto River, Bone Swamp, Huggs Marsh, Krakow Marsh, Russ Bog, Slarti Swamp, Yokto Marsh, Huggs Tropical Rainforest, Flisch Temperate Rainforest, Huggs Temperate Rainforest, Krakow Temperate Rainforest, Yokto Temperate Rainforest, Flisch Taiga, Huggs Taiga, Yokto Taiga, Flisch-Krakow Alpine, Yokto Alpine, Huggs Tropical Woodland, Huggs Temperate Woodland, Krakow Temperate Woodland, Yokto Temperate Woodland, Flisch-Krakow Boreal, Yokto Boreal, Huggs-Yokto Scrub, Huggs Chaparral, Krakow Chaparral, Yokto Chaparral, Huggs Rocky, Huggs-Yokto Rocky, Yokto Rocky, Huggs Volcanic, Huggs-Yokto Savanna, Krakow Plains, Huggs-Yokto High Grassland, Yokto High Grassland, Yokto Dunes, Huggs-Yokto Desert, Huggs-Yokto High Desert, Yokto High Desert, Badger Limestone Caves, Darth Lava Tube Caves, Neo Limestone Caves, Huggs Water Table, Yokto Water Table, South Polar Beach (West), South Tundra
Size Microscopic
Support Unknown
Diet Parasite (Oceanundi, Fishing Grasper, Lancerid, Scavengundi, Beach-Phlyer, Windsensor Norat, Worm Phlyer, Whitebacked Pipent, Wading Gringlo, River Ketter, Flower Ketter, Orange Phlyer, Scoopswent, Phibiketter, Mud Nizzard, Marsh Phlyer, Russian Swarmer, Vegehopper, Corpse-Bearing Pipent, River Pipent, Nailfin, River Glider, Trunkarp, Bottomleaf, Wetland Pipent, Phlyer, Fruit Phlyer, Vegfoot, Doubletongue, Diggerundi, Shroom-Thief Plent, Nectarling, Masked-Bandit Hoofplent, Black Gringlo, Blue Phlyer, Sweetfruit Ketter, Solent, Long-Beaked Phlyer, Ghastrett, Pink Phlyer, Mini-Flower Ketter, Chubby Ketter, Hawkbill Phlyer, Cauda, Gripper, Lepousan, Sliridleasni, Pouched Nectarling, Nossum, Chunky Pipent, Geistrat, Notox, Toxplage Ketter, Norat, Thument, Funeral Pipent, Cracking Pipent, Tunki, Razorbacked Tunki, Noghog, Grattle, Squikerling, Borent, Hulkplent, Gringlo, Scrub Tasertongue, Trowelhorn Gulper, Tunnel Tasertongue, Megapolidi, Walking Hoverswent, Hoofbear Plent, Rocky Ketter, Eardigger, Spotted Eardigger, Enud, Tube Phlyer, Cave Phlyer, Sulfuric Nobit, Polar Sprinter)
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Mitosis

The green snarf has replaced its ancestor plent fever in Glicker. Its success is faster reproduction, infection without symptoms to the host and less hosts die, thus can re-infect hosts after they have gotten better. It causes the plents to cough and wheeze and have runny butt-nostrils. It spreads through the air. Unlike its ancestor the plents never become so sick they cannot function unless they are very old or weak.

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)
  • Pestilence (genus Pestilentia)