The toxplage ketter split from its ancestor the mini-flower ketter. It has specified to eat the nectar from the toxplage. It uses it long nose to open up the flower and then it will stick its long tongue in to get the nectar. While the toxplage's fruit is poisonous the flowers are not. They have developed thorns all over their body to protect them from predators as well as insulate them from the cold climate. The toxplage ketter and toxplage depend upon each other and a mutually beneficial to each other. Like all ketters it has 2 eyes that can see in light while the other 2 eyes "see" scents. Thus can find the scent of the toxplage the brightest. The toxplage ketter is also immune to any toxins that it may come in contact with when climbing on the the toxplage. In fact it sometimes will dip its spines in some of the juices from the fruit to make them poisonous.