Leaf dragons are masters of camouflage. They have evolved to be nearly invisible when lurking amongst dense foliage. Perhaps this is to enable them to sneak up on their unsuspecting prey. Depending on the season, the most common leaf dragon will generally mimic the predominate autumn foliage colors in the forests surrounding your village. Prehistoric naturalists have so far catalogued red leaf dragons, yellow leaf dragons and even fall leaf dragons. All leaf dragons are quadrupeds with a long ropy tail, a large pair of wings above the shoulders and beautiful exodermic growths that resemble nothing less than leafs. The species names for each leaf dragon are sometimes confused. That is because the eggs are often colored differently than the species name! 

However, there is never  any confusion with the Red Leaf Dragon. Its mauve eggs are patterned with red leaves, just as one would expect.  But eggs for the other species can readily lead the novice dragon enthusiast astray. 

But don't worry. Noted prehistoric naturalist Professor OneStone has created this brief field guide to help you figure out which Leaf Dragon species you have found. 

Noted Prehistoric Naturalist, Professor OneStone 

This simple field guide will help you distinguish leaf dragon eggs in the wild. The biggest problem, is that the color of the eggs does not always match the species name. 
Red Leaf Dragons: There can be no mistaking the nature of your discovery when you encounter your first Red Leaf Dragon egg. Just look for red leaves on the delicate mauve eggs. Also keep a good eye looking for mama dino!
Leafdragon red egg@2x
Yellow Leaf DragonsDark blue leaves on a pastel sea-green egg mean you have actually found a Yellow Leaf Dragon.
Leafdragon yellow egg@2x
Fall Leaf Dragons: The eggs of these beautiful Fall Leaf dragons are skyblue with white leaves. Also notice that the egg nest has the distinct yellow color seen in some fall foliage. 
Leafdragon rainbow egg@2x

Leafdragon red adult@2x

Adult Red Leaf Dragon

Below, we see a stunning dino-diorama featuring a family of these masters of camouflage. You will have to look really hard to spot these critters amongst all the red maple leaves!

RedLeafDragon Diorama2

Dino-Diorama featuring a family of Red Leaf Dragons!

Life StatsEdit

Life Stats for the Red Leaf Dragon

Species Name: RedLeafdragon

Common Name: Red Leaf Dragon
BiomeID: Primordia        Tier: Forest, Tier 3 

Rarity Group: Supershiny

Probability: 0, Sorry can't get by random egg. 
Hatch Time: 10 hours, Hurry Cost: 10 crystals
Cost: ? Crystals
  1. Hides in leaf piles!
  2. Loves Spicey foods!
  3. Serious nature

> > Soon

Professor OneStone

Here are some additional snapshots in various life stages, from egg, to baby, then toddler and teen. 

The delicate mauve or lavendar eggs are impressed with red leaves for camouflage. Each egg is cradled in a nest composed of fall foliage, mostly light brown, amber and orange leaves. 

Leafdragon red egg@2x
Leafdragon red hatchling@2x
Leafdragon red toddler@2x
Leafdragon red teen@2x
Egg Baby (1-3) Toddler (4-6) Teen (7-9)

Sitting Portraits

Leafdragon red egg@2x
Egg Baby (1-3) Toddler (4-6) Teen (7-9)

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