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Fungoida

Raspberry Sponge Fingers. Fungoida Stabitis – Magenta. Image courtesy of Cmdr. Salega Garnessa

Organisms that live deep inside a planetary substrate. They share similar morphology to fungi but are not saprophytic, instead their mycelial body drives its metabolism through chemosynthetic and thermosynthetic processes. These are facilitated by the substrate which also protects the organism from environmental extremes. The exposed aspects of the organisms are primarily involved in reproduction. This is frequently through spore ejection, but certain Species also support gaseous exchange with the atmosphere. Some Fungoida exhibit bioluminescent behaviours as part of a metabolic process involved in the breakdown of accumulated toxins.

Fungoida frequently exhibit a preference for mountainous areas of a planetary body, on plateaued spaces within mountain ranges or on the mountain sides and peaks themselves, presenting Commanders with interesting challenges to landing in close proximity.

Variant Determinant: Material

Minimum Colonial Separation: 300m

Species

Species NamePercentage of recorded Fungoida PopulationVista Genomics Offer Price as at 30th November 3099
Fungoida Bullarum9.03%3,703,200
Fungoida Gelata21.43%3,330,300
Fungoida Setisis51.33%1,670,100
Fungoida Stabitis18.21%2,680,300


All data as at 30th November 3309.
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Fungoida Bullarum

Fungoida Bullarum – Gold. Image courtesy of Cmdr. LCU No Fool Like One

A Fungoida that features clusters of mottled bubble-shaped growths atop a central stalk. These contain spores that can be exposed to the winds to facilitate distribution.

 Material and Variant

MaterialAntimonyPoloniumRutheniumTechnetiumTelluriumYttrium
VariantRedMulberryMagentaPeachGoldOrange


Planetary Body Type: High Metal Content (9%) or Rocky (91%)
Atmosphere: Carbon Dioxide (80%), Water (20%)
Volcanism: Insignificant


Temperature (Kelvin)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
50.0181.2571.00131.74


Pressure (atm)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.0009890.0117490.0184150.098171


Gravity (G)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.060.240.270.28

Galactic Arm Preference: No Preference

Fungoida Gelata

Fungoida Gelata – Cyan. Image courtesy of Cmdr. Arras DeCairo

 This Fungoida Species resembles an upturned jellyfish, emerging from a solid base buried within the substrate. The exposed part is dominated by fleshy reproductive organisms that shed organic tissue. This tissue can float on the light breeze and form a new organism if it lands in the right location.

 Material and Variant

MaterialCadmiumMercuryMolybdenumNiobiumTinTungsten
VariantCyanLimeMulberryGreenRedOrange


Planetary Body Type: High Metal Content (9%) or Rocky (91%)
Atmosphere: Carbon Dioxide (80%), Water (20%)
Volcanism: Insignificant


Temperature (Kelvin)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
79.45233.98181.00451.76


Pressure (atm)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.001750.065940.0427350.098689


Gravity (G)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.040.150.050.27

Galactic Arm Preference: No Preference

Fungoida Setisis

Fungoida Setisis – Lime. Image courtesy of Cmdr. Arras DeCairo

This Fungoida Species produces vertical clusters interspersed with spore pods atop thin stalks. allowing them to break off and scatter to reproduce elsewhere.

 Material and Variant

MaterialAntimonyPoloniumRutheniumTechnetiumTelluriumYttrium
VariantPeachWhiteGoldLimeYellowOrange


Planetary Body Type: High Metal Content (31%), Rocky (68%) or Rocky Ice (1%)
Atmosphere: Ammonia (96%), Methane (4%)
Volcanism: Insignificant


Temperature (Kelvin)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
67.37161.89164.00187.16


Pressure (atm)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.0009870.0030150.0009870.098422


Gravity (G)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.030.170.140.27

Galactic Arm Preference: No Preference

Fungoida Stabitis

Fungoida Stabitis – Blue. Image courtesy of Cmdr. Beldum

This Fungoida Species produces vertical clusters interspersed with spore pods atop thin stalks. allowing them to break off and scatter to reproduce elsewhere.

 Material and Variant

MaterialCadmiumMercuryMolybdenumNiobiumTinTungsten
VariantBlueGreenMagentaOrangePeachWhite


Planetary Body Type: High Metal Content (10%), Rocky (90%)
Atmosphere: Carbon Dioxide (81%), Water (19%)
Volcanism: Insignificant


Temperature (Kelvin)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
78.79229.96181.00451.61


Pressure (atm)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.0012160.0651550.0402190.098685


Gravity (G)

MinimumAverageModeMaximum
0.040.150.050.27

Galactic Arm Preference: No Preference

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