by Olegario Acosta Jr.
THE JUHARI TREE
The Juhari tree is abundant through out the tropical
environments of Corona. it is the source of shade and nutrition for many of the forest
animals. The fruit falls to the ground when it ripens. It has a burgundy like color and a
it repines it develops a blush and looses most of its reddish tone. However, often
the Saeed, a land animal with a bird like head, four legs and two fore arms climbs and
take leisurely advantage over the other animals.
THE NANACHELA TREE
The Nanachela is a fruit bearing tree that depends on an unusual relationship with the animals and other trees to survive. The Saaed who eat the tree's sweet fruit distribute the Nanachela seeds throughout the canopy by defecating in the tree tops. Once a seed germinates in the high canopy a single root grows done to the floor to the forest and swells to a large diameter. This root provides the first secure anchor to the hose tree and life line to the nutrient rich soil and water below. More roots grow downward and wrap around the host tree's turn.
Meanwhile, the Nanachela branches and leaves begin to grow skyward, gradually overshadowing the host tree. In a period of 200 years, the tree will effectively cut off all vital water, sunlight and nutrient courses of the host tree with its constricting weave of toots and branches.
The Nanachela will eventually kill the host tree
by "strangulation" and win the battle for survival.
THE BRILOUS TREE
The beautiful Brilous lives in a tropical environment it's average height is 8-10 feet and on the average are abundant on all of Corona's continents. This plant will give out fruit like substance. However, of all the wildlife on Corona only a few are able to digest the fruit, as some of the animals will be poisoned or become ill by eating the fruit of the Brilous.
On the other hand, some animals such as the Anaugi it
the fruit for dietary supplement. The fruit that comes out of the tree is similar to that
of an Artichoke, but a bit more sour. This plant will reproduce from a small seed that
comes in the berries, and when the Anaugi defecates it in another area the plant will have
a chance to reproduce in another area.
THE COCOLOCO TREE
The Cocoloco tree is a wide-branched tree contains what we feel is the largest seed in the plant kingdom looks like two coconuts fused together, giving it an a strange appearance. The plant is tender and takes a very long time to grow. What we discovered in our research is that it takes the nut a year to Germinate and another year to form its first leaf. However, the tree can eventually attain a great height sometimes they can grow between 75 and 100 feet.
The leaf themselves can then grow 20
feet in length and 12 in diameter. This species is able to colonize
new areas rapidly because of its physiological characteristics. Once
it has established itself in a certain region it can withstand almost total submergence by