Skin and tissues of this strain are composed of plant cellular material pressed into the crude tetrapodal shape of the sondrideri. Like the human-tissue mimic strains, no atual cellular processes are present in the "plant cells"* composing its bodies (which are organized more as though handfuls of leaves have been pressed into a dense mass than as if grown by a body). Its "muscles" are made of cellulose strands that fold back on each via an undetectable mechanism. Its plant cells are thus puppeted without true functioning- except for plant stem cells in its back, which grow its famous branches.
* The plant material of its body always matches that of the species of tree that it grows on its back.