PETALOUDOIDES

Fairy dragon (petaloudoides petaloudoides)
Other name: Butterfly dragon     Habitat: everywhere     Length: 6-10cm     Diet: everything    
Skin type:
scaly or/and feathered     Wings: butterfly     Group size: 10-60
The fairy dragon is found everywhere, even in cities. They mate for life. They also love sugary
treats. It comes in a great variety of shapes and colors. They have antennae, sharp beak, four legs
with 3 claws and butterfly-like wings. Their powerful wing muscles flap the wings at about 80 times
per second. They will sometimes hitch a ride on larger dragons, and will pick on ticks and parasites.
Their long and stiff tails help them with balance while flying. Animals have stiff tails but anthro fairies
ahve normal tails like other dragons
How to hold a fairy dragon .
The antenna .

Greater Fairy dragon (petaloudoides mega)
Habitat: forests on mountains     Length: 12-13cm     Diet: everything     Skin type: scaly
Group size: 10-20
This larger fairy dragon species usually is a uniform color, however the wings are a surprise. They
are not the butterfly wings the smaller fairy dragon has. The upper side has the body color, while
the underside is decorated with a variety of bright Iridescent  colors. Not as common as the other
species. Animals have stiff tails but anthro fairies ahve normal tails like other dragons


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