The wipagella replaced its ancestor sauceback fever over on Glicker. Like its wright counterpart it gives mild to coughing and wheezing. It causes them also have runny breathing holes and is spreads through the air. Its success is faster reproduction, infection without symptoms to the host and less hosts die, thus can re-infect hosts after they have gotten better.
It uses its six barbed flagellum to attack the blood cells of it hosts thus not only defenses itself from the hosts immune system but breaks open the cell membranes of its food for quicker consumption. Like its ancestor it only infects the sauceback family and is only found in Glicker. While rarely fatal it is annoying to saucebacks and they do have trouble sniffing out prey when infected thus having to rely on their hearing.
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)