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Humpback Turretfish

Tetrosomus gibbosus
Scale 5 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3
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10 POINTS

Tetrosomus gibbosus has a MOVE of 2.

Cool, Warm
Graphic by Ernst Haeckelen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_Haeckel
Ostraciidae is a family of squared, bony fish belonging to the order Tetraodontiformes, closely related to the pufferfishes and filefishes. Fish in the family are known variously as boxfishes, cofferfishes, cowfishes and trunkfishes. Ostraciidae occupy the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans, generally at middle latitudes, although the common or buffalo trunkfish (Lactophrys trigonus) which lives mainly in Florida waters may be found as far north as Cape Cod. The cowfish […] read more

Frangipani

Plumeria obtusa
Scale 9 Diat: photosynthetic , Hierachy 1
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5 POINTS

Plumeria obtusa has a SPREAD of 1. (Requires a POLLINATOR.) The scent of the Plumeria has been associated with a vampire in Malay folklore, the pontianak.

Warm, Hot
Graphic by Joel Carlsonwww.zazzle.com/joeyartist
Plumeria (common name Frangipani; syn. Himatanthus Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.) is a small genus of 7-8 species native to tropical and subtropical Americas.[2] The genus consists of mainly deciduous shrubs and trees. P. rubra (Common Frangipani, Red Frangipani, Champa), native to Mexico, Central America, Colombia, and Venezuela,[2] produces flowers ranging from yellow to pink . From Mexico and Central America, Plumeria has spread to all […] read more

Home Card

House
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• This is a HOME card. The game starts with each player having a HOME card played on the table next to each other.

HOME cards represent all TERRAIN and CLIMATE values.

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A house is a home, shelter, building or structure that is a dwelling or place for habitation by human beings. The term includes many kinds of dwellings ranging from rudimentary huts of nomadic tribes to free standing individual structures.[1] In some contexts, “house” may mean the same as dwelling, residence, home, abode, lodging, accommodation, or housing, among other meanings. The social unit that lives in a house is known […] read more

Eurasian Lynx

Lynx lynx
Scale 7 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3
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9 POINTS

Lynx lynx has a MOVE of 2.

Lynx lynx adults are mainly nocturnal and live solitary lives.

Cool, Warm
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The Eurasian lynx is the biggest of the lynxes, ranging in length from 81 to 129 centimetres (32 to 51 in) and standing about 70 centimetres (28 in) at the shoulder. Males usually weigh from 18 to 30 kilograms (40 to 66 lb) and females weigh 18 kilograms (40 lb) on average.[3] It has powerful legs, with large webbed and […] read more

Migration

Event card
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PLAY: on 1 SPECIES card of any TERRAIN. This card has an immediate effect. EFFECT: The affected SPECIES card AS WELL AS adjacent cards (under the player’s control) can all MOVE: this together will count as a single action. Discard EVENT card after use.

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Graphic by Aimee Lockwoodlilaims.deviantart.com/
Animal migration is the travelling of long distances in search of a new habitat. The trigger for the migration may be local climate, local availability of food, or the season of the year. To be counted as a true migration, and not just a local dispersal or irruption, the movement of the animals should be […] read more

Blackberry

Rubus ursinus
Scale 7 Diat: photosynthetic , Hierachy 1

4 POINTS

Rubus ursinus has a SPREAD of 1. (Requires an HERBIVORE or OMNIVORE). Rubus ursinus should not be confused with the popular handheld device.

Cool, Warm
Photo by Forbiddingforbidding.deviantart.com
Blackberries are perennial plants which typically bear biennial stems (“canes”) from the perennial root system.[2] In its first year, a new stem, the primocane, grows vigorously to its full length of 3-6 m (in some cases, up to 9 m), arching or trailing along the ground and bearing large palmately compound leaves with five or seven leaflets; it […] read more