COLLEMBOLA SAPIENS


CLASS: ARTHROPOID



   Small, simple-minded and passive, these monsters prefer to graze on organic matter in slow-moving herds and are poorly suited for combat, employing their muscular tails to launch themselves when disturbed.

BASE ORGANISM: springtails are globally among the most common of all arthropoda, close to but not truly classified as insects. They congregate in moist places, especially on tree park or even walking on the surfaces of still puddles and ponds. They are capable of leaping away from danger, but otherwise ill-equipped to defend themselves.

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