The sitting filtersquid evolved from the filtersquid. It keeps feeding on small organisms in the water, but, unlike its ancestor, it sits on a plant instead of floating around. With its tentacles, it holds onto a sea bubbleweed plant, and will, through its filtering, sit on it upright. With its body, it mimes a leaf of the bubbleweed, so that it won't be eaten by beakworms. It's as big as a leaf of the bubbleweed, and it lives in the Glicker-Wright reef.