Stomatoid Radiocoon

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With the success of the Radiocoon, they were bound to speciate, so one group developed flesh inside the now doughnut-shaped stony structures, making it easier for them to reproduce. Stomatoid Radiocoons are much darker than their ancestor, and have blue structures instead of brown ones, though this is unknown if it actually helps them absorb more radiation or not. They are slightly larger than their ancestor, meaning they have more surface area to absorb radiation and spite. Each of the stony structures on their cocoons have a muscular ring in the center of them that can open up to easily release spores, which are red in color. If something gets inside of the cocoon, it will be smothered and shoved out using the lobes they still retain inside the cocoon, and if it is attacked, it may stab the invader with pointed lobes.