Habitat: Maineiac Temperate Woodland, Maineiac Volcanic
Size: 6 m Tall
Reproduction: Asexual, Hydrogen Filled Seed Bubbles, Seed-Filled Fruits
The prutarbor split from its ancestor and moved from Maineiac Volcanic into Maineiac Temperate Woodlands and Maineiac Volcanic. It has grown taller than its ancestor and no longer is covered in branches. These branches are instead concentrated near the top of the tree. The trunk branches have become even thicker to the point in which the bubble leaves are barely used to support the tree. The prutarbor forms relatively dense forests alongside the bristlebranch treebion in Maineiac Temperate Woodland, but they are also found sporadically dotting the landscape in Maineiac Volcanic. They now produce even larger fruits that will attract frugivores when they fall. The fruit's seeds can survive inside of the digestive tracts of frugivores, allowing seeds to travel far from its parent.