An incredible variety of plants live in the ocean. Ocean plants and plantlike organisms use sunlight from Luptar and minerals from water to grow. Marine plants and plantlike organisms live in the sunlit surface waters of Corona's ocean. This zone is called the greenie zone. The greenie zone extends about 400 feet below the surface. Beyond that point the light is insufficent to support plants and plantlike organisms in the sea. Animals do however, live in any depth of the ocean. 


The Seashrub grows in the Videlia and Lechcar Ocean. It is found in depths of 200 ft. It grows in a bush like form with several branches per stem. It reproduces by discharing a sticky glumpy fluid which then travels with the help of ocean currents. Many sea animals feed off the Seashrub which makes it an important factor in Corona's ocean food cycle.  

Madele is one the most important plants in the oceans of Corona. It is generally found on the coast of Soleyi and Na'im. Madele serves as a source of food, in addition to having industrial uses. It contains many vitamins and minerals such as iodine and potassium. However, its most important attribute is its blobee, a thickening substance used to make cosmetic products, salad dressing and pharmasudical medicines.  
The Vicos is a plant that thrives in the tropical oceanic waters through out the equatic regions of Corona. Many sea animals eat this tall abundant plant which grows as high as 30 feet and can stretch up to 20 yards. It receives plenty of sunlight. Corona's ocean currents separate pieces of the plant and wash them to shore as they serve to help enrich the soil.  
Stone Edges is commonly found in the oceans of Soley and Lechar.They are one of the more unusual plants on planet Corona. Stone Edges can grow up to 8 ft. It reproduces itself by generating its broken hedges into new Stonehedges. It feeeds on bacteria and organic debris.  

The eastern yellow Suckhead is a beautiful plant that grows around the shores of Kapei. It grows below the tidemark around temperate shores at sizes of 7 inches in diameter. It usually attaches itself to rocky surfaces in crevices of Filoweed. When approached by predators like small fish, Suckhead pulls in its tentacles so that only the squat, rubbery column shows. If attached, it squirts out a jet of water and contracts its tentacle even more. Suckhead can retract its tentacle and shrink like a blob to prevent it from drying out at low tide.   

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