The purple liverwarts are the next generation of testudohexapodia acta. It has evolved into a primitive land plant similar to Earth's liverwarts. They have about 3 cm leaves and small roots. These leaves bud off from each other and spread quickly across the ground and a carpet of leaves. These colonies have spread up to more rocky areas away from the shoreline. Since the leaves cover the ground, water is lower to evaporate from the ground and keeps the plants moist for a longer period of time. Its quick growth has made it very abundant.