The Membrain Tree is difficult to categorize, as it is composed of flora, fauna and coral species living in symbiosis, though the PDA places it in the flora category. It is one of the dominant plants in the Grand Reef, along with Anchor Pods. It is mostly found attached on rock ledges in the biome. The Membrain Tree also grows along the Sea Treader's Path.
The Membrain Tree seems to be a symbiosis of pink microfauna and blue corals encased with a bulbous, transparent membrane on a thick stub. It emits bright blue and pink bioluminescent glows.
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This entity defies neat categorization. It consists of more than one coral species working in tandem to create an insulated microcosm enclosed within a translucent membrane. Found exclusively growing on basalt rock in the grand reefs, the homeostatic conditions within are considerably warmer and more dense with microbial life than the outside environment, and the bright purple fauna inside will likely die off very quickly if exposed.
- The Membrain Tree's name might be portmanteau of "Membrane" and "Brain", referencing the pink and vibrant fauna protected by a thick and transculent membrane.