|Scientific Name||cefaloforac boszibietel dsusight|
|Alternate forms of Growth||unknown|
They look like large gray bugs with one pair of wings, three gray eyes, no seperation between head, thorax, or abdomen, and six legs, the frontmost two of which are elongated and pointed forwards. They have a very narrow stinger on their back.
Floyses are large creatures, about a third of a meter across. They are detritivores and inhale dead organic material by the liter. They are the natural prey of the Swamp Wourm, which has evolved a pheromone that replicates the Floys mating signal to attract them.
See all the fusions for Floys here.
Some insights on Floys's origins.
Floys's name comes from a portmanteau of the words "megalodon" and "photogenic".
The origin of Floys's design is from the banana slug.
- They are particularly attracted to the corpses of Erchungas and will often leave behind piles of dead leaves if they catch the smell of one.