While their appearances can vary, all of them seem to have some things in common. They all seem to have a mushroom cap on their heads, have several black eyes, and white rubbery flesh.
Ecology and Habitats
Most Mycoids stay in forests, often in the deeper parts of them, though none have been reported in the Thinsilver Forest as of yet. When it comes time to reproduce, they tend to find a giant tree trunk and the Mycoid Huma lets out a bunch a spores, making mushroom caps appear on the tree over a period of 3-4 months. Depending on how big the tree is will determine how many Mycoid Mins are born, and if the tree host survives the process or not. More often than not however, the host tree does not survive and shrivels up as if it was thoroughly burned, though the bark feels wet instead of dry and brittle.