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    Cow C.O.W. - #124: Nectar Spender - VOTING!

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    Topic: Nectar Spender


    Deadline for the voting: Monday, 29 September 2008


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    Concept: Nectar Spender

    Specimen 471\A: Nectar Spender. Found on the planet Eden orbiting the star Nexus 12.
    Necter Spenders are large insectoid life forms that spend their days similar to earth bees. They collect nectar from huge deep blue flower like organism and process it into nectar which it feeds directly to its young.
    It achieves this by excreting it out a tube like structure located at the end of its abdomen.

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    oh I hate discribing my artwork, find a name for them is hard enough , but I'll give "my best".

    Artist: Lakai

    Concept: five limb nectar trunk
    It's a nectar producing creature or rather the flowers on it's back are the real producer.
    I name the specie the 5 limb nectar trunk.
    Final good of it's digestion is nectar, well that part itself doesn't need, it's that orange liquide coming out of its trunk.

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    The planet it's living on is unnamed, you know it's my little "give him a name problem".
    ok I'm done.

    cheers, hope you like the creature and forgive my laziness to write a better description and also forgive my bad english.
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    Artist: warml

    Concept: The Redbacks
    these big guys eat poppies all day long. because of the high concentration of nectar and juices in the flowers, they release the excess nectar through pores on their back. insects are attracted to the aroma and follow the redbacks around and eat away the sticky sweat. all in all, the the red back gets a bath, the bugs get a tasty treat. this also helps with pollination.

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    Artist: Relic

    Concept: Dionysus Domestica
    Almost all the owners of wine estates around the world breed Dionysus Domestica in their vineyards.Dionysus Domesticas feed on grapes,during a period of time,wine(or say, nectar,if wine is off the topic) can be squeezed from their breasts(I don't know,ass,maybe).Just work like the milch cow.
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    Artist: Kfeeras

    Concept: Purplus Blobus
    The Purplus Blobi used to spread their Nectar all around the Forest. One day, the other animals somehow managed to domesticate them. Now, every six months they would poop their delicious good into big cylinders, providing the wildlife critters with tasty fatless purple nectar. In return, the Blobi get the newest issues of "Forest Weekly".http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1221742338
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    Artist: MoHog

    Concept: Prometheus Beetle
    As the name suggest the prometheus beetle steals from the gods. Its body is incredibly basic, the vital organs are stored in the armored skull with only a few extending into the gelatinous body. The main body, held together by a black exoskeleton, contains a thick nectar. The combination of a black exoskeleton and a body full of thick nectar allows the beetle to 'steal' vast quantities of energy from the Sun's light through absorption. Although this heat and light provides the beetle with almost unlimited energy it must release some of the nectar via its 'tail-spine' or die from overheating. It is the released nectar that allows life on the planet to grow due to the nutrients it contains entering the soil, thus the prometheus beetle takes from the heavens and gives life to the earth.

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    Artist: gmblfdz

    Concept: Sludgeback
    Sludgebacks are mostly herding animals which roam the various plane of their native planet. The females are the ones which are burdened with a large sack which is situated upon the back. For a year, this gluttonous basket acts as a container for the sludgebacks developing offspring. Once the children leave the safety of the sack, the embryoic liquids left over ferment and turn into a sweet nectarous oil. Loaded with nutrients, the sack begins to split, at once providing the newly born offspring with a vital food source and alleviating the mother from the heavy burden.
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    Concept: The Green Back Hornet

    The Green Back Hornet, the largest hornet species, excretes a cloud of nectar to suffocate and immobilize its enemies and/or prey. Once engulfed in the nectar cloud, the nectar then sticks to the prey making it harder to move while also filling the lungs. Its main diet consists of the long haired beetles and most other insects of similar sizes that travel along the jungles in South Africa.
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    Artist: Rabid

    Concept: Rabidus Lacrima
    Rabidus Lacrima is a semi aquatic organism that is found in shallow water along sea banks and shorelines. It spends the day in these shallow waters and only to come on land once a year when the moon is full during the mating season in scores of thousands. It is named Lacrima from the Greek word for tear. This name came about because when thousands of these creatures would exit the water for one night during the season, the native indigenous population would wake the next morning they would find the shore and shoreline forests soaked in salt water from the dripping wet creatures. They knew this as “The Day the Ocean Wept”.
    It was discovered recently in modern times of the strange benefit of the leathery nectar yolk present in the center of the creature, which it feeds off of itself continuously. It was soon domesticated as a rare and particularly exotic pet. It was fitted with a mask device that worked as an effective water breathing apparatus and a tap for the succulent fluid. It has been prized for being a docile and loyal pet, much like a dog. And for having the benefit of having a particularly delicious fluid that it constantly produces.
    The Nectar of the Lacrima is an aggressive mix of deliriants and hallucinogens. Including high concentrations of diphenhydramine and atrophine. A shot glass worth of the nectar is enough for the user to feel a very strong sense of dissorientation, drunken behavior, and a slight increase in euphoria for several hours.
    The famous Author Dr. Walter Scott II once described the experience in his memoirs as follows. “I was dragged by my brain into a subdimensional world of rainbow badgers. They promptly stripped me of my clothing and we ran naked through the donut forrest. I was breathing through my eyes and the lamp shade floating next to me would not stop talking about how his wife doesn’t appreciate the time he spends doing double shifts at work.”

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    Artist: Angela Rizza Rizza

    Concept: The Lieira
    The Lieira is a small flightless bird that feeds mostly on fallen rotten fruit and berries. Once finishing his meal he will roll around in remaining sticky mess to carry the putrid smell on its body, often gathering up seeds that will actually begin to grow on his back. From the fruit the bird produces a nectar that is actually quit sweet and delicious which it feeds to its young and to its mate. Lieira nectar is highly sought after for its anti-aging properties but the bird is very swift and will often blind anyone who attempts to grab it by spitting small amounts of stomach acid out through its beak.

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    Artist: nJoo

    Concept: Nectar Squeezer

    This creature's a true wonder of nature, it's huge and slow moving peaceful creature feeds only on grass and flowers, however the its strange body system cannot tolerate the glucose and anything sugary, and the creature then contract and squeeze its body to excrete the nectar from the many holes in the musles between the layers. The red spots on the body appears when the body builds up in the sugar level, also use to attract birds and other insects such as butterflies and bees to feed on the nectar, thus help clean the messy excretion.
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    Artist: Brewin

    Concept: Nectar Ant

    The nectar ant uses a nectar-like substance to spray the vegetation around the hive to increase its output and growth, which is then harvested by the worker ants.
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    Artist: Peg

    Concept: The Nectar Spender


    The Nectar spender is found only in the most arid deserts. It hunts its prey by secreting small bulbs of nectar, attracting ants and the occasional scorpion to the blobs where they get trapped in the sticky nectar.

    The creature travels around in a circle pattern checking up on the widely spread nectarbulbs for any yummy catch, and replacing any diminished bulbs.

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    C.O.W. - #124: Nectar Spender - VOTING!

    Artist: Gaczar

    Concept: Hornet Queen
    This creature lives in a close but other dimension where natural selection has chosen the insects to rule that world. She is the Hornet Queen and a prized and valuable asset here. Her function is to accept the raw nectar inserted into her by the workers of the colony and turn those deposits into 'nectar milk'. Those hornets suckling at her many breasts will be the next generation of fighter Hornets; stronger, more vicious and fearless than other hornets who will be either set to guard the home nests or be dispatched to attack the enemies of the Hornets....the Wasps.
    The Queen and her ability to produce the precious 'Nectar Milk' is key to the Hornets survival and territorial advances.
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