NAME: Clowilk (or clowillk)
RANGE: Mostly in parts of Glykense: south from Slislih-A into Jinglemelania. Allegedly have been sighted in Homamumin.
DESCRIPTION: a red stem and red leaves; blue roots; bright pink flowers. A very loudly-colored plant. Inspired by the looks of the real sego lily flower.
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Clowillka (genus)
Types of ClowilkEdit
- Jinglemelanian clowilk (Clowillka jinglemelaniansis): less brightly colored than the other three species. Found only in Jinglemelania, but not as rare as the jungle clowillk.
- Spotted clowilk (Clowillka maculatus): has the usual clowillk-type look, but has ivory-white spots.
- Daffodil clowilk (Clowillka xanthica): has a flower shaped like a daffodil rather than a sego lily.
- Jungle clowilk (Clowillka melaleuca): also known as black, pansy, or obsidian clowillk; the rarest species and only found in Slislih-A.