These carnivorous insects are recognized by their long, spindly legs and compact bodies. A yarzon immobilizes its prey by spraying its joints with corrosive bile. It then penetrates the victim’s cranial cavity with its feeding tube and consumes the brain. Yarzon species thrive in both humid marshes and arid badlands, showcasing their adaptability.
— Encyclopædia Eorzea vol 1, page 281
All creatures belonging to the genus Yarzon.
Pages in category "Yarzon"
The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.