The sapshrooms genus group replaced its ancestor, the sapshroom, plyent sapshroom, arid sapshroom. They are a highly adaptable group than can live just about any land biome. They feed off the sap of whatever flora they are attached to. Typically they grow on large flora such a trees, however they will sometimes even grow on the sides of mobile plents.
They feed on its host until its dies and then will consume it as it rots. It grows bright pink spore berries which attract frugivores with its bright color. The juice is very sticky and is easily wiped off on trunks of flora by the fauna who eat it. The trunk and cap have no natural pigment and become whatever color it eats. For instance if on a purple flora they will be purple when its host is alive and then dark brown when eating the rotting material.