These tiny animals live as symbiotes in most of the flora-fauna species of Washland plant-life. They serve as allies to pollination, scooping up genetic material as they position themselves at strategic locations to attach themselves to some of the nectar-sipping species. To some purely animal species they become parasites, insinuating their bladed rootlike tentacles into the host and feeding until the animal stops moving. If there are four or more burraclose on the animal, they will form a breeding cluster and quickly reproduce.
Dangerous to humans if not treated immediately. No fatalities have been reported as yet.