Homosa Fringeweed has diverged greatly from its other fringeweed cousins. Its fringes have formed into radial fronds growing from points up the stem. It manages only a meter tall in the cold waters, but it has spread into the Otter River, with even some growth onto the rivers' edges. Its reproduction is also distinct from other Fringeweeds. It still reproduces through metagenesis, but its sporophyte and gametophyte stages are identical in size and structure. Fields of Homosa are a mix of males, females and sporophytes. Reproduction occurs for the sporophytes in spring and for the gametophytes in fall.