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What a great prop and photo. Cryptozoology is always a rich place for props and the story tie-in just improved an already good idea. Pollination by vectors other than bees or moths is a pleasant variant, but the addition of behavior modifying enzymes is brilliant. Illion reminds me a bit of Deathworld and the Deathworld Trilogy by Harry Harrison. Keep up the good work!Swapping DNA parasite: http://guardianlv.com/2014/08/vampire-plant-sweet-talks-to-victims-while-sucking-out-vital-fluids/ Tiny fluke uses vectors to get around and behavior modification to force ants to get eaten https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dicrocoelium_dendriticum Of course for some, it’s a win-win situation http://www.ns.umich.edu/new/releases/21796-mutual-benefits-stressed-out-trees-boost-sugary-rewards-to-ant-defenders
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