This organism also evolved around the Krakowlimus pituitae. It has evolved the ability to secrete some of its extra food to the outside of its body. If Krakowlimus pituitae happens to drift onto a Iuncusaquatilis lemniscuslimus, that extra food will go toward feeding toward feeding it. The Krakowlimus pituitae will then eat the secretions instead of the plant. The Iuncusaquatilis lemniscuslimus does not need the Krakowlimus pituitae to survive. They reproduce by producing spores.