A versatile and adaptive specie of EP, THERMO XENOGRAPSUS has a versatile core structure, which can be mounted with various kinds of collector and storage accessories.
They can usually be found around stoves and dining tables. If the conditions are desirable, they will also settle around hot spots of home appliances.
A mostly static specie of EP, THERMO LIANAS build its mounting structure around the iconic triangular collector, which provide it with better contact with its hosts.
They can usually be found on home appliances with flat and heat-dispensing surfaces. Occasionally, their collector structure can be found on other species.
Carrying a low-temperature-difference Stirling motor, STIRLING PAGURIDAE clings tightly on hot objects. Comparing to species utilizing thermal electric plates, it's considered visually more appealing.
They can usually be found on laptop chargers and heat sources of similar size.
A mostly static specie of EP, THERMO CACTUS is defined by its assembly logic. Therefore, although individuals of this specie may look very different and vary significantly by their sizes, they can still be easily recognized by their structure.
They can usually be found on table tops, serving as base for cups, bowls, etc.