November 2, 2008

[4E] Stranger Than Fiction: Trilobites!

Here's something to give you some ideas for bugs in your game. How about a 500-foot version of this thing that slowly makes it way through your friendly local farming village? OK, how about a slightly smaller one then? Maybe I'll put some stats together for this thing later today...



anywho... enjoy you morning coffee!

3 comments:

  1. Coooool. What is it? I'm a nature show buff and I've never seen anything quite like it before.

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  2. "Trilobite beetle larva of Oudomxay, Laos (Coleoptera: Lycidae.) This is a juvenile netwing beetle. It is unknown whether this species is neotenous (reaching maturity without metamorphosis.) The plates on the back are called scutes; firefly larvae also have this character. This individual was collected on Puhipii mountain. "

    ...from the youtube page

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