“Aeroplankton (or aerial plankton) is the term used to describe the tiny lifeforms which float and drift in the air, carried by the current of the wind; it is the atmospheric analogue to oceanic plankton.” (Thanks, Wikipedia!)
You know what falls into this category? Aphids!
A distant cousin of the Rodamaur.
Facing such formidable body armor, plants and leafy growths everywhere cower in fear!
It is always watching you!
And smacking its fearsome jaws.
Let’s recap: Deadly, tiny, and carried in the wind! Ah!
Lucky for us it’s an herbivore.
A Pestilent Haiku:
The summer breezes.
Carry me to you in droves.
Hide your tomatoes!