- External morphology
Stiff fibrous integument. Wide lateral sides. Size 21.7 mm x 24.9 mm.
Discovered in Sydney by FORC occlupanologist Kurisu. Paniraptor anebos has a smaller oral groove compared to P. vafra. It preys on bags of English muffins, and occasionally bread loaves. Its original host can often be construed by noting the darkened markings that blot its surface. If they contain symbols that correspond to a year, then English muffins were the likely host. if no such data is present, then the host was likely a bag of sliced bread. The invasive P. anebos is currently locked in a battle with Alatilatus hebechela; a clattering of these red Tridentids were observed to reclaim their dominion in the grocery biome on certain days, but such attempts were short-lived. It is conjectured that the temporary takeovers of P. anebos‘ habitat is due to the occlupanopsid’s immature nature. Species described by Kurisu.