This infant stage of the Vehemoth Phosbat has underdeveloped wings and cannot yet fly. It is sciophilous from birth to the point where even the low light of a common glowcap or a light bulb will cause it to vaporise. The chromatophore excretions which the adult Phosbat uses for camouflage are overwhelming to its fragile infant form, and cause apoptosis in excessive amounts. My own lamp does not trigger this reaction, possibly because its light is the wrong wavelength.
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