The Landy Wogpole is a young amphituber that lives on land.
In fanon games
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In Pikmin: New World
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|Scientific name||Amphicaris tannus|
|Areas||Hall of Gales|
The Landy Wogpole is an amphituber appearing in Pikmin: New World. It is first seen in the Hall of Gales, where it is fairly commonly encountered. Its body coloration is light tan and it has a rounder body and longer tail than the ordinary Wogpole. They have small, black eyes and a large, gaping mouth. They also have tiny indications of limbs near their tails. Like other wogpoles, the Landy Wogpole is the infant stage of a member of the amphituber family: in this case, the Tan Wollywog. However, it is not found in water and instead lives on land at all times of its life cycle. They are relatively harmless and small. They will randomly appear out of the sand on the wide beach in the Hall of Gales. They can be easily killed but do not grant very many Pikmin seeds. Once they surface they will flop around quite a bit before settling down once again directly before they burrow down into the ground once more. They are just one of the small enemies that Greater Scarpanids will swoop down and attempt to grab and eat. Landy Wogpoles are often killed upon emergence by the many Fiery Blowhogs that roam about the beach. Landy Wogpoles can also be killed in one of their stampedes. Because they do not live underwater, Landy Wollywogs cannot flee from Pikmin and can only flop about until they burrow back underground. The squeaking noises they emit will alert any nearby Fiery Blowhogs to the presence of Pikmin and leaders presence, making them very dangerous if near the blowhog herd. Tan Wollywogs spend most of their time either on the shoreline or out in the middle of the water, so they don't actively protect their young as the other amphitubers do.
- “This unique species has evolved to breathe air through its gills. This means that it can survive on the surface of the land for an indefinite amount of time. Unusually for members of the amphituber family, the adult forms of this wogpole do not guard or protect their younglings. Instead, the adult tan wollywogs develop an interest in water and immediately head out to the nearest lake, leaving their unborn offspring to fend for themselves on dry land. However, the young actually have well-developed mouths at this point, allowing them to emit a frantic squeaking noise if in danger. This may be why they are not frightened by the aspect of a large group of Pikmin as other wogpoles are.”
- “Deepfry in batter with salt, onions, and large amounts of horseradish, and then pickle in heated saltwater for at least a day. Slop on a plate with a side of celery and them pour on the vinegar and mustard!”
- “An excellent pet for any household. A small tank or bowl is enough to contain this floppy little critter and a few little insects should be enough to keep it happy and fed. It does need some attention though, as it will sometimes begin squeaking loudly when upset. Their environment must be cleaned once a week and they must be taken to the vet once every month to be checked for gill worm. Though the vaccine may hurt or bother your pet, it's much better than it actually getting sick.”
- “Too small to turn into an actual piece of clothing. Instead, it can make an elegant leather purse and strap. Not only is the skin smooth and leathery to the touch, but it's also very strong and flexible, so you can actually carry something surprisingly big and heavy without it sticking out like a sore thumb.”