| Gateway Beakworm |
17/116, Outcompeted by Gateway Gilltail
|Habitat||Somarinoa Sea Caves|
|Size||20 cm Long|
|Diet||Herbivore (Gateway Shrub)|
|Reproduction||Sexual, Two sexes, Eggs into the Water|
The gateway beakworm split from its ancestor the crystal seaweed beakworm. It has moved to the mouth of the sea cave to feed on the gateway shrub. Its coloring has changed to orange and blue to blend in with the water and orange color of the gateway shrub. Its strong beak will break off the hard outer shell of the gateway shrub. It will not eat the red soft under part of the shrub.