A close-up of a Paintpopper vine

Paintpoppers are long vines that often grow on other plants almost everywhere on Gamila. They are known for their method of spreading seeds. When animals, especially small flying ones, eat the berries of the Paintpopper vine, they begin to hallucinate due to the berries' strange and potent juice. The controlled hallucinations cause the animals to hear or smell food close by, causing them to follow their senses to a good spot for the seeds to grow into a vine. When the juice "senses" that the animal has arrived, it activates a protein making it extremely sour. This forces the animal to spit out the seeds.

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