Stained Glass Butterfly
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The Stained Glass Butterfly (SGB) is a category of fauna.
Summary[edit | edit source]
The Stained Glass Butterfly (SGB) is a is a subset of the Rhopalocera fauna genus. This subset is highly sought after by explorers due to its rarity: SGBs are considered to be one of the most rare fauna, along with diplos and Greater Mushroom Beetles.
The SGB subset was first defined by 7101334, swampcastlenms, and Old_school_rpg and (unlike the various Genera) is a player-created category, not an actual part of the game code. The first known discovery of a SGB was on July 14, 2017 by Armondo Vin Davood on the NMS Facebook Group.
A Stained Glass Butterfly is defined by the recurve shape of the wings, winglets at the rear of the body, and the translucent pattern of colors on the main wings. A normal butterfly may have either a solid color or pattern of colors without the recurve shape or "stained glass" appearance.
Documented SGBs[edit | edit source]
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|Image||Name||Location||Scan Info &
|A. Redrohoe||Planet: Arkangel
System: HUB5-C4 Aziraphale
Region: Nugsdor Adjunct
Notes: Particularly Oily
Other: This SGB inhabits an icebound moon in the Nugsdor Adjunct region of the Galactic Hub Project This fast moving SGB features translucent, recurve shaped, cream colored wings with the "stained glass" pattern associated with it's species.
|C. Microbujugium||Planet: Ropius VI
System: HUB3-1A Etagao III
Region: The Arm of Kiffeyn
Galactic Hub Calypso
Diet: Di-Hydrogen Crystals
Notes: Green Blood
Other: This SGB is located in Galactic Hub Calypso This SGB features translucent, recurve shaped, pure white colored wings with the "stained glass" pattern associated with it's species.
|F. Slashexkus||Planet: Eotira
System: Hakonoj-Idak XIX
Region: Daspran Band
|Behavior: Mate Seeking
Notes: Highly Fertile
Other: This SGB features translucent, recurve shaped, pink colored wings with the "stained glass" pattern associated with it's species.