P. Tamisurescea

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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. Tamisurescea
P. Tamisurescea
Galaxy Euclid
Region Dexterf Sector
Star system HUB3-109 Tossilfe
Planet Timiurgh V
Bait Enzyme Fluid
Gender Prime
Behaviour Nervous
Diet Nibbles at shoots
Height 0.8 m
Weight 54.3 kg
Genus Bos
Notes Inverted organ sacs
Platform PS4
Mode Normal
Territory Galactic Hub Project
Discovered by swampcastlenms
Release Beyond

P. Tamisurescea is a creature.

Summary[edit | edit source]

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

This floating member of the Bos genus is an example of a Lesser Mushroom Beetle (LMB). This creature is a fairly common site on the surface of it's home planet.

A LMB is a less rare subcategory of the player defined category Greater Mushroom Beetle. The two types are differentiated by the presence or lack of a stem on the fungal symbiote. The LMB is generally considered less rare and noteworthy than the GMB.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The Prime Gender is the only gender that demonstrates the stemless fungal symbiote. It also features a purple exoskeleton. The Indeterminate Gender has a curved spiky crest in place of a fungal symbiote.

Alias Names[edit | edit source]

All Original: P. Tamisurescea
PS4 Current: P. Tamisurescea

Discovery Menu[edit | edit source]

Found on planet Timirugh V, P. Tamisurescea has adapted to the temperate climate and humid atmosphere. Nervous and flighty, these creatures exist in a constant state of nervous excitement, ready to flee at the first sign of danger. Exceptionally fine teeth allow them to selectively eat, chewing only the most nutritious parts of otherwise tough and hard to digest plants.

Additional Observations: Inverted organ sacs

Location[edit | edit source]

It can be found on the planet Timiurgh V in the HUB3-109 Tossilfe star system.



Additional Information[edit | edit source]

Featured in the GHEC Lesser Mushroom Beetle Album.

Gallery[edit | edit source]