I have stumbled upon an extremely curious species – the venomous archespore. So far, I have managed to distinguish three of its varieties, distinguished by colors: green (the most common), yellow and finally black, which not only exhibit the most aggression, but also show the extraordinary ability to pollinate plants near instantaneously.
My research into archespores continues. I think I have reached the point where observation is no longer enough to bring satisfying results. The species attacks mainly using a mandible located in the center of its flower, although when highly threatened, it may also spit toxic fluid. I was also able to discover archespores are particularly sensitive to fire, which may prove a useful piece of information regarding how to neutralize them if necessary.
I have made up my mind. Tomorrow I shall try to obtain a sample of the fluid. I have already begun preparations...