Inland Lithosemoeba

Thanks to more adaptations to land, such as being able to survive without drying out unless they come in contact with water, the Lithosemoebas have managed to move inland of nearly every continent on 2s2t, leading to the evolution of the Inland Lithosemoeba. As stated before, they are fairly immune to drying out, which is thanks to their tough membranes. They are also highly immune to radiation thanks to lead they have started to incorporate into their cells from lithotrophy, allowing them to live around Radfauna and the such. After processing high amounts of minerals, they may release a pellet from the top of the colony, which often comes out both smooth and lumpy at the same time.