A small, juvenile Naedowraith, before it has left for deep waters to go into a chrysalis. Resembles a walking Gelatin mold with six stubby suction cup feet. It sticks twigs and grass to it's body to hold in moisture when on land, but never ventures far from the ocean.


It's name, like it's adult form, comes from the Latin classification of coral; Cnidaria, but the rest comes from the word Polyp, meaning a small nodule or growth.