Mandelbrot Globe(Algetuberus benoit)
Habitat: Gec Tropical River, Gec Tropical Riparian
Size: 70 cm Tall
Reproduction: Asexual, Budding
The mandelbrot globe split from their ancestors and grew twice their size. Without predators they have be able to balloon in size. They get their name from the constant branching that they preform, which are in fact used to crowd out any competing flora. They create interwoven fields of with any small chunk breaking off forming a new globe. Like most purple flora, they photosynthesize with their purple chloroplasts and convert yellow sunlight. They act as the secondary successors to the biomes of The Gec river basin.