Easily recognizable by its elongated upper jaw, this split off the rosy scylarian has taken to the open waters of the LadyM Ocean. With a swish of said jaw, they cut through the schools of prey they typically feed upon, wounding and stunning as many as possible before finally feasting. They do not have many predators to worry about, save for primarily the blueback scylarian which can typically bite them in half with a single crunch of their jaws. Solitary creatures, they only come together to follow the mighty strainerbeak schools, or when it is time to mate. The resulting young tend to head to shallower water where they will continue their growth for several years, after which they will return to open water to continue their adult lives.