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The Leafsicus is a Maxis-made flora that appears to resemble mangrove trees, possessing branching stilt-roots and a simple leaf structure. They possess brown leaves, which form a full, semi-circular canopy above the trunk. They appear to be around two to three feet tall, and (strangely enough for members of Rhizophora) seem capable of living in highlands .