The hydroid form of the uksip grew very much. In its squid-like form, it started to hunt the other creatures in the ocean. Its long spiral tooth is useful to attack and to pierce the prey, while its long arms hold the prey and divide it into diverse parts so the uksip luliformes can eat it. Its buccal device continues to specialize in sucking. The cilia that covered its body now form six vibrant bands with which the creature can swim. The old ocelli developed a little more and now are capable of seeing creatures who are relatively near it.