The Carver-wing is an extremely aggressive variety of ectoparasitoid flyer from the northern hemisphere of Darwin IV.

Carver wing eggs
Their purple, tube-like oothecae will attach to a host animal (such as a rimerunner), which will from this circumstance probably be dead within a few weeks. Upon hatching from the barb-tipped eggs, the young carver-wings waste little time in devouring their host. Even while they cling the eggs sap the host's strength.

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