Sorry for taking so long to post more stuff from ANU. A lot of things happened in the last few months.
To be clear, I’m not stoping with this Project anytime soon, so don’t worry guys.
Well, let’s get back on business.
Amoenaltissimus phallicus AN. and Bipiccatus rupestris AN. lives along the low altitudes of Tiamat mountains. They are the most ancient form of ciliomembranae, with the forelimbs presenting a sail of cilia jointed by a thin membrana used to visual intimidation. the arms can move at a high speed, using the black spots on their sail to create moving patterns. Some used this adaptation to fly.
Both feed on decaying matter, and Bipinnatus can eat some small crawling worms.
Sorry for murdering the english language (corrections and suggestions are welcome)
great job with this one