A species are [[distinctions->first]].The first distinction concerns efficacy -- the ability to [[wind->wind]] or [[wend->wend]].
The [[second distinction->second]] concerns futility.Winding species blur in movement, blurt in starting and bark in stopping. To bar from [[altering->altering]] the winding species, the observer falters at the tongue, speaks only in breaths.Those that wend are overly [[bent->bent]].The futile is never finished, only to furnish other futures. The futile distinction may [[bend->bent]], [[break->break]], or [[breach->breach]].
The [[third->third]] distinction concerns crust.The winding species alters at touch or other obstacle. The body forks and rejoins to itself, fending off by faltering -- a refusal of the [[fence->fence]].The bent species perambulates on multiple limbs: [[limn->limn]], [[lime->lime]], [[limx->limx]], or [[lynx->lynx]].''**distinctions**'':
an ontogenetic bestiary,
[[start->start]] The species that bends to the point of breaking may [[alter->altering]], a [[fence->fence]] in the corpus causing the body to stagger and shift purpose.
Like the [[limblerly->bent]] [[lynx->lynx]], the species that bends to the point of breaking may [[sever->separateness]] to grow aground, growing again from a distinct severance. The species that breaches broaches through middles, typically with [[beak->beak]] but also with [[full bills->bills]].The bent species limn limb undermines soil as if to swim. See the next [[limb->lime]].The lime limb climbs to greater climes. See the next [[limb->limx]].On an alterior torso, the limx limb hangs as a lump. See the next [[limb->lynx]].The lynx was once a limb, now [[severed->separateness]], a species of its own, according to the [[fourth->fourth]] distinction.Between [[crusted->crusted]] and [[smooth->smooth]], species either crack or curl.
The [[fourth->fourth]] distinction concerns connections.The crusted species cracks at points of substantial crud, the build-up of secondary skins breaking open onto calderas with ridged rims.Green ear, let curl at use -- the smooth species folds and folds and folds relentlessly, [[bending->wend]] at each sound. Though bent to rippling, the folds are without interruption.The fourth distinction is the neck -- err -- nexus, the point at which [[many become one->connection]] or break into [[pieces->separateness]].
The fifth distinction concerns [[speed->fifth]].A species are formed by connecting at [[nodes->nodes]] and [[needles->needles]].A species may separate into many pieces, at paces [[clipping->fast]] or [[protracted->Slowness]] -- pieces of sameness or pieces a-glimmer, multifarious spieces grow from these splinters.The beak is a point -- hole or [[puncture->needles]].The bill is a [[beak]] but flattened. With species supine and bill suspended, the appendage acts as a [[fence]] -- with species prostrate and bill submerged, the appendage acts as an [[anchor]].A fence is a catalyst that forces a furrow. The species distinctly responds by moving up, over, around, or under by burrow.a ring, a round nub, a hubneedles - pointing out to welcome reception(unless: (passage:)'s tags contains "no-header")[
]An anchor is a catalyst that slows speciation. [[Slowness]] does not defer development but rather attracts accumulation of external actors -- clam can claim multitudes in bands of [[crust->crusted]].the slow-moving species effects a [[smooth]] plane as they proceed.Some species emerge in [[floods->fast]] and others flow in [[sludge->Slowness]].The fast-moving species may appear to [[break]] apart as they proceed.