Loqui are a small species of upright, bipedal reptiles that are best known for long-distance marches across flatlands like meadows, deserts, and plains in sizable migratory crowds. During the spring, loqui will gather in these immense crowds and begin their season-long march, picking up and/or leaving loqui in new locations along the way. The carefree sounds of a loqui march can often be heard from almost a mile away.
The flowers that grow on the back of these reptiles have an interesting microcosm of pollination and cross-breeding, driven primarily by their migration. Solitary groups of loqui will find that their flowers will unify into a single color and shape over time, while traveling loqui will grow new kinds of flowers depending on the group they're in.
Some large corporations own large loqui farms where they manage and breed their flocks for specific flowers, which they mass-harvest every fall for sale, often to medicinal or pharmaceutical companies.
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