List of plant and fungi alien species

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This list of plant and fungi alien species is limited to species and groups of genetically related extraterrestrial organisms that exhibit physical features, attributes or forms similar to, but potentially far from a typical Terran species of fungi or plant while excluding specific references to individual organisms. This list includes sapient, non-sapient and hybrid forms of alien plants and fungi.

Species Media Work Notes
The Thing Movie The Thing from Another World Seed pods are discovered in its palm, demonstrating that the creature is a form of plant life.
Arbryl Video game Ascendancy
Botanica's species Animation Beast Machines: Transformers The ambulatory alien plant from which the Maximal Botanica obtained her "beast" mode.
Byrus Literature Dreamcatcher The Byrus is a red air-borne mold and part of the life cycle of the Grey/Byrum alien species of Stephen King's Dreamcatcher
Cotati Comics The Avengers vol. 1, #133 Marvel Comics
Delvian Television Farscape
Forest of Cheem Television Doctor Who
Florauna Animation Ben 10
Frutmaka Video Game Ascendancy
Kanten Literature The Uplift War
Krynoid Television Doctor Who
Lyekka Television Lexx
Methanosian Animation Ben 10: Alien Force
The trees of Luton Television Space 1999
Mycon Star Control
Naalwood Warhammer 40k Large motile trees formerly from a world named Tanith and destroyed by the forces of Chaos.
Oscar The Lotus Eaters
Phylosian Television Star Trek: The Animated Series The Infinite Vulcan
Red weed Literature The War of the Worlds
Shroobs Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time
Skroderiders A Fire Upon the Deep Vernor Vinge
Supox Star Control
The Thorian Mass Effect
Varga plants Television Doctor Who
Vervoid Television Doctor Who
Vulthoom Clark Ashton Smith
Wolfweed Television Doctor Who
World 4470 Hainish Cycle
Xenofungus Video game Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri Red fungus that forms planet Chiron's pre-sentience; spawns "mindworms" and other group-mind life forms.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shah, Rawn. "Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri". IT World Canada. Retrieved 7 June 2014.