P. Feliporae

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The subject of this article is from the Beyond update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 27 November, 2019.

This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.

P. Feliporae
P. Feliporae
Bait Sweetened Compost
Gender Prime
Behaviour Timid
Diet Nectar
Height 0.8 m
Weight 41.1 kg
Genus Conokinis
Notes Delicious
Galaxy Euclid
Star system HUB6-163 Sepulchre
Planet Astyanax
Platform PS4
Mode Normal
Discovered by swampcastlenms
Release Beyond

P. Feliporae is a creature.

Summary[edit | edit source]

P. Feliporae is a creature in the No Man's Sky universe.

It is a member of the Conokinis genus. Found on the planet Astyanax where they wander the fleeting fog and deep snowdrifts. Gentle creatures, though timid. They are reluctant to approach strangers but display complex social behaviors within their herd. A specially adapted tongue indicates their diet is predominantly nectar, harvested from local flora.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: P. Feliporae
PS4 Current: P. Feliporae

Location[edit | edit source]

It can be found on the planet Astyanax in the HUB6-163 Sepulchre star system.

Additional information[edit | edit source]

This creature is a Greater Mushroom Beetle (GMB), a subset of the Conokinis / Bos fauna genus. The subset is highly sought after by explorers due to its rarity: GMBs are generally regarded as being even more rare than megafauna diplos.

The GMB subset was first defined by 7101334, and (unlike the various Genera) is a player-created category, not an actual part of the game code. The first known discovery of a GMB was on November 7, 2016 by Cernunok.

A Greater Mushroom Beetle is defined by the presence of a full-fruiting-body fungal symbiote. In other words, the beetle must have the whole mushroom shape on its back, the stem and cap. A beetle with only a mushroom cap but no stem is known as a Lesser Mushroom Beetle (LMB). LMBs are fairly common and not generally considered as noteworthy.

It's important to note that the "Greater" in "Greater Mushroom Beetle" has nothing to do with the actual size of the animal. It refers strictly to the type of fungal symbiote.

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