Blurorm

Blurorm
(Filtrium siminan)
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22/?, unknown cause
Creator Mnidjm Other
Taxonomy

Eukaryota

Week/Generation 22/140
Habitat Jujubee Polar Sea
Size 4 cm Long
Diet Filter-Feeder (Kyanos, Colony Salmundus, Byoukiri, Oceanvar, Marine Basilliphyta, Swift Padler, Ocean Sailcell, Yanviru, Unkropi, Oceanchaos, Jujubee Carboneater, Silicamoeba, Saltwater Chlorocytus, Marine Basilliphyta, Hardened Flash Cell, Jujubee Polar Flasher)
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Asexual, Budding



Splitting from their ancestor, the blurorm left the comensalistic lifestyle of the suctionrorm behind. They're now blue in order to blend into the environment. They are solitary creatures, rarely ever encountering another of their kind. Their sails and fins are made from modified versions of the cells that their ancestors used for the suction organs. Their young bud from the bump on the front of their bodies. Like their ancestors, they are microscopic, resembling thei ancestor the cillioligament. They make up a small portion of the zooplankton.