Krakow Dwarf Gazebo
Free from competition but limited in space on Krakow Island, a population of Crystal Gazebos which developed airborne spores dramatically shrunk in size to fill a bush- or shrub-like niche. With its smaller size, the Krakow Dwarf Gazebo reaches maturity faster, allowing it to easily take over the entire island. Its spores have simplified greatly to allow for airborne use and bear 3 flagella to “swim” through the air. It is otherwise much like its ancestor; it has an appearance as a dome or roof of crystals with many pillar-like legs formed from old roots as it grows taller, giving it a gazebo-like appearance, though with its smaller size its use as such is questionable.