The Wyrm family encompasses the worm-based Pokemon an their various evolutions. This is also the family that includes evolution chains resulting in lepidopteran-based Pokemon.
Genus Caterpie: Caterpie caterpie (Caterpie) Caterpie chrysalis (Metapod) Caterpie crataegi (Butterfree)
Genus Weedle: Weedle weedle (Weedle) Weedle mellifera (Kakuna) Weedle mandarinia (Beedrill)
Canis, as the name implies, is the dog family of pokemon. Canis is diverse, with many varieties of Pokemon.
Genus Vulpix: Vulpix vulpini (Vulpix) Vulpix kitsune (Ninetales)
Genus Growlithe: Growlithe growlithe (Growlithe) Growlithe legend (Arcanine)
Genus Snubbull: Snubbull snubbull (Snubbull) Snubbull faierie (Granbull)
Updated 19th June 2010 at 07:31 PM by Jabberwocky
First up is the Plantile family (Plantilus), which consists of nine species. These species are all reptilian in appearance, but have a distinguishing feature: they have plants growing out of their bodies.
The Bulbasaur subfamily: Bulbasaurus Bulbasaurus (Bulbasaur) Bulbasaurus Ivus (Ivysaur) Bulbasaurus Vinius (Venasaur)
The Chikorita subfamily: Chikorita Chikorita (Chikorita) Chikorita Thymus
Just a little project I'll be starting soon. I'm going to be classifying all 493 Pokemon like animals, denoting each a scientific name and even family. These are the guidelines:
*A base Pokemon's scientific name is its name twice. Example: Pachirisu Pachirisu. In an evolutionary chain, the base Pokemon's name is the first part of the scientific name for the rest of the chain. There may be exceptions to this rule as I move along.
*Legendary Pokemon all receive their
Hello there, my adoring public. I, the great Jabberwocky, grace this site once again with my presence! Rejoice and lick my feet, O filthy mudbloods!
But yeah, I'm back. the trip was nice, and I'll be blogging about it later. But for now, I need to rest.
We're getting the puppy tomorrow! :D
While I was away, I caught a female Larvitar in HG. I named her Tyra,