Sagavermes Guttoplaque

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Sagavermes Guttoplaque
(Sagavermestomachus terra)
Artwork of Sagavermes Guttoplaque
Species is extinct.
24/152, Integrated into Guttoplaques genus
Creator Hydromancerx Other
Sagavermestomachus terra
Week/Generation 18/123
Habitat BigL Beach, Clayren Beach, Ittiz Beach, Nuke Beach, Ittiz River, Ittiz Swamp, Wright Tropical Rainforest, Nuke Tropical Rainforest, Nuke Temperate Rainforest, Ittiz-Nuke Alpine, Nuke Temperate Woodland, Ittiz-Nuke Boreal, Hydro Scrub, Nuke Chaparral, Hydro Rocky, Ittiz Rocky, Hydro Savanna, Ovi-Hydro Plains, Ovi-Hydro High Grassland, Ittiz-Ovi Dunes, Ittiz-Ovi Desert, Ittiz-Ovi High Desert, Huck Limestone Caves, Martyk Sandstone Caves, Ninja Sandstone Caves, South Polar Beach (East), South Polar Beach (West), South Tundra, Flisch Beach, Huggs Beach, Soma Beach, Yokto Beach, Bone River, Huggs Lakes, Huggs River, Ichthy River, Irinya River, Russ River, Slarti River, Yokto River, Bone Swamp, Flisch Marsh, Huggs Marsh, Ichthy Swamp, Irinya Swamp, Russ Bog, Slarti Swamp, Yokto Marsh, Flisch-Krakow Tropical Rainforest, 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, Flisch-Krakow Tropical Woodlands, Huggs Tropical Woodland, Huggs Temperate Woodland, Krakow Temperate Woodland, Flisch-Krakow Boreal, Yokto Boreal, Huggs-Yokto Scrub, Krakow Scrub, Huggs Chaparral, Krakow Chaparral, Yokto Chaparral, Huggs Rocky, Huggs-Yokto Rocky, Yokto Rocky, Huggs Volcanic, Flisch Savanna, Huggs-Yokto Savanna, Krakow Plains, Huggs-Yokto High Grassland, Yokto Temperate Woodland, Yokto Dunes, Huggs-Yokto Desert, Huggs-Yokto High Desert, Bono Limestone Caves, Darth Lava Tube Caves, Ferret Limestone Caves, Sublyme Limestone Caves, Yokto High Grassland
Size Microscopic
Support Unknown
Diet Detritivore (Pre-Chewed Food)
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Mitosis

The sagavermes guttoplaque replaced its ancestor guttoplaque. It inhabits only the sagaverme phylum on land. Like its ancestor it helps in digestion of food particles its hosts eat. Not only does it get to eat but it keeps the host healthy and thus mutually beneficial to each other. Other than specifying to the digestive system of sagavermes, it has not changed.

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)

None found. Note that this does not necessarily mean it has no living relatives at all, but that, assuming all taxonomy is filled in, its entire phylum is extinct; any relatives it does have likely do not resemble it.