Ocean Gildling

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Ocean Gildling
(Gildus mareno)

23/?, unknown cause
Creator Clarke Other
Taxonomy
Domain
Genus
Species
Eukaryota
Gildus
Gildus mareno
Epoch/Generation 1/141
Habitat Putspooza Bog, Penumbra Bog, Negative Bog, Mason Polar Sea
Size Microscopic
Support Unknown
Diet Photosynthesis
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Asexual Budding



The ocean gildling split from its ancestor, the mason gildling. The most common of the many species of photosynthesizing microbes that inhabit Mason's sea, they are the result of the adaption of its ancestor to higher salt levels, allowing it to spread far from its original home, living not only in the moon's ocean but also in the estuaries that dot the coastline. It has not changed much from its ancestor, the only notable differences being that its budding tentacles have grown smaller compared to total body size, to allow for more room to photosynthesize.