The Spotted Dockleaf consists of a cluster of bioluminescent leaves that grow upward, and get thicker towards the top. The tips of the leaves have a striped blue-dark blue pattern to them, while the lower ends are golden brown. They are spotted with bright blue dots.
A simple aquatic plant. Chemicals within the leaves act to neutralize poisons and acids found in other local specimens, thereby actively encouraging predation by herbivores, albeit in small quantities. This ensures the plant both spreads its seed, but retains enough surface area on its leaves to survive itself.