Glyde's Fast Facts: Blue MushroomGlyde's Fast Facts: Blue Mushroom by xglide
Kingdom: Fungia (Fungus)
Class: Champignen (Mushroom)
Order: Branchiae (Gills)
Family: Trunctus (Root)
Genus: Lacatae (Milk)
Species: Indigo (Indigo)
Lacatae Indigo, or more commonly known as the Blue Mushrooms, are a common species of the Trunctus Family of mushroom, i.e. mushrooms that grow near or on the tree trunks of other trees. As their name suggests, they are known for their blue color and are often food for forager creatures, and are commonly used to make very basic forms of medicines.
As with all mushrooms, the mushrooms that we see above the ground are the reproductive structures of the fungus, also known as the fruiting body.
Blue mushrooms vary in size and looks depending on the age of the mushroom. Young mushrooms have the outer margin of the cap rolled in but eventually rolls out and elevates with age. Additionally, while their cap is initially convex, the tip usually depresses as the edges of t
Yian Kut-Ku EcologyYian Kut-Ku Ecology by xglide
Yian Kut-kus are often the first true wyverns that many beginning hunters will face. Kut-kus mostly live in temperate zones keeping to the forests, where they are less seen by larger predators. For how commonly they are known to hunters, very few pay close attention to details.
As mentioned before, almost all Kut-kus live in temperate forest areas, avoiding extremely cold or hot places. They also are known to inhabit swamps, risking safety for the guarantee of food. They seldom come out into the open and keep among the trees and bushes to stay hidden from predators. Places like the Everwood, Forest and Hills, Swamps, or jungles are common places where Kut-kus are found.
Kut-kus are one of the most versatile wyverns in terms of their diet. Though they are largely insectivores, feasting on Konchus, bnahabras, and other Neopterons, they often will eat small rodents as well berries and ev