The Rainforest Troon, T. Humidia, is a large species of troon found in rainforests across the world.
Colonies of Rainforest Troons may have between 200,000 - 700,000 individuals. They are strictly arboreal, and construct huge living spaces out of foliage at canopy level. Rainforest Troon colonies occasionally come crashing down to the forest floor, and from here the Troons spill out on a rampage destroying all life forms in their path until they become distracted by something else.
Rainforest Troons prey mainly on birdlife, which they attack and devour when it lands in the treetops. For this reason, patches of rainforest that are home to Rainforest Troon colonies are unusually quiet.
Rainforest Troons are about 7cm in height, with 5cm of this being stalk. They are mottled green, with large black eyes and two large teeth. Their gills are soft but serrated and their stalks have a diameter of 2-2.5cm.