Atmobulb

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Atmobulb
(Aerattero tropo)
File:Atmobulb.png

23/?, unknown cause
Creator Mnidjm Other
Taxonomy
Domain
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Eukaryota
Crocusiophyta
Aaurumphyta
Cavugarland
Aerovesicae
Protoaerovesicae
Aerattero
Aerattero tropo
Epoch/Generation 1/142
Habitat Mason Atmosphere (Troposphere), West Mason Polar Scrub, East Mason Polar Scrub, North Mason Taiga, South Mason Taiga
Size 1 cm Tall
Support Unknown
Diet Photosynthesis
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Asexual, Spores
Descendant of Ancestor of
Airbulb



Splitting from their ancestor, the atmobulb adapted a new way of spreading their spores. During the three week long summer, they supply the nitroids with nutrients, allowing them to produce the gaseous ammonia that fills its bulb, and keeps it buoyant. When winter approaches, they release from the ground and float off into the atmosphere, where they stay until their supplies run out. They then burst, releasing millions of spores into the air, to settle on the ground. They have developed a mucus that coats the bulb, retaining enough gases for about a month. They have also grown a membrane that allows them to catch the wind.