The migration of some hydroglobes to warmer waters, as those found in BigL and Hydro Coast, led to the rise of the laniquaricus. This plant grows mainly in few meters of depth. Adhered to the rocks, it is capable of reproduce through sprouting, creating long chains along the coast.
In order to improve its absorption of light, the laniquaricus developed long filaments, similar to leaves, which recover its surface. These filaments assist its dispersion; they grow from the internal surface of the laniquaricus and are responsible for protecting small germinative structures, the prolanics. These three-celled structures, when free in the water, are easily carried and can be fixed over the rocks or any suitable support. The initial photosynthesis is made by the filament, which is untied when the small sphere starts to grow.
The release of these filaments can occur basically by two forms: when a creature feeds from the laniquaricus, pulling out its long filaments, or when the waters are over the normal temperature. This makes the plant increases its volume due to expansion of the internal liquid, a nutritional solution, and creates pores on its surface, that easily free the prolanics. Due to its successful evolution, the laniquaricus replaced the hydroglobes on BigL Coast.