CP-2156 Life In The Universe

Figure 4. Tesserae colonized by spheres (species) propelled by low impetuses (small morphological changes) only, game incomplete. The spreading pattern tends to be roughly radial from the first occupied tessera (marked with an X). Different branches will be somewhat distinctive as they inherit the peculiarities of their first divergent form. Since all the morphological changes are small, however, the groups would have a common general appearance.

Figure 4. Tesserae colonized by spheres (species) propelled by low impetuses (small morphological changes) only, game incomplete. The spreading pattern tends to be roughly radial from the first occupied tessera (marked with an X). Different branches will be somewhat distinctive as they inherit the peculiarities of their first divergent form. Since all the morphological changes are small, however, the groups would have a common general appearance.

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