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Royal Bumblefuzz Hanging Mysteria Auction (OPEN) :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 Royal Bumblefuzz Thorned Rage Auction (OPEN) :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 Royal Bumblefuzz Auction (OPEN) Underwater Beauty :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 FTO JR Entry :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 2 0 Oc for sale $15 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 1 0 Oc for sale $15 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 1 0 oc for sale :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 2 0 Zeus :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 4 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 7 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 6 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 5 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 1 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 4 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 3 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 2 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 2 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0 Orchid Bumblefuzz OTA number 1 :iconharmonysketchthefur:HarmonySketchTheFur 0 0

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This piece is a digital version of the badge im doing for an art trade with Wynnett-rains. 
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Royal Bumblefuzz Auction (OPEN) Underwater Beauty
This princess has gills,fins,and petals to majestically float around her underwater domain without care.
SB: $20
BI: $1
AB: $50
To bid, reply to the highest bidder's comment. The auction ends 48 hours after the highest bid is placed.
The winner will get the laminated piece (see above picture) sent to them via post office.
Bumblefuzzes are a closed species. For more information,go here ->
harmonysketchthefur.deviantart…
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Royal Bumblefuzz Thorned Rage Auction (OPEN)
This princess has a bite. Her beautiful red petals mask the sharp pointed thorns she has,and with the rare trait of pupils, her chilling gaze will stun you immediately.
SB: $20
BI: $1
AB: $50
To bid, reply to the highest bidder's comment. The auction ends 48 hours after the highest bid is placed.
The winner will get the laminated piece (see above picture) sent to them via post office.
Bumblefuzzes are a closed species. For more information,go here ->
harmonysketchthefur.deviantart…
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Royal Bumblefuzz Hanging Mysteria Auction (OPEN)
This cool headed bumblefuzz sports the extremely rare royal purple. Highly intelligent, she can't be fooled easily.
SB: $20
BI: $1
AB: $50
To bid, reply to the highest bidder's comment. The auction ends 48 hours after the highest bid is placed.
The winner will get the laminated piece (see above picture) sent to them via post office.
Bumblefuzzes are a closed species. For more information,go here ->
harmonysketchthefur.deviantart…
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Size comparison 

Bumblefuzzes are small dragons -about the size of an average green anole lizard- and they usually live in forests or gardens -anywhere with flowers. They travel very quickly using small flaps of skin on their sides to glide from place to place. They do this so quickly that they cannot be seen by the untrained eye. These small flaps are transparent and very essential to the bumble's survival. The flap's structure is mostly cartilage and very thin muscle. If something pierces it, it will not heal back correctly and the bumble will never glide again.

Feeding

They usually eat small berries and drink nectar. They don't eat meat and actually don't like the smell of it. They only need a drop of nectar and one berry to fill them up and usually they eat 2 times a day. They will drink sugar water as a substitute for nectar.

Living spaces/nest making

They make their beds from flower petals in birdhouses or holes in trees or houses. If they stay in a birdhouse, it's not that they kick the ibird out. They can both live together peacefully.

Breeding/Mating

They do naturally mate, one male one female. They mate for life, so the mate they find they will stick with. They are egg-layers that lay eggs on the roof of their housing so that predators don't immediately spot it. They lay clusters of up to 10 eggs in a gooey film that the mother secreats. It is odorless so that the predator doesn't smell it at all and tastes bitter to deter them.

Juveniles 

After about a month, the eggs will hatch. They are born grey and remain that way until their first drop of nectar. Their coloring depends on the flower their first drop of nectar comes from and how they are colored varies from bumble to bumble. The father develops a small pouch upon mating and carries them around until they can walk on their own.

Lifespan

They usually live to about 5 years old. Their colors start to fade when they hit 4 years and, if it found a mate, they will die together, holding each others hands and feet and tails coiled together as if cuddling. Never will one mate live longer than the other. They always die together.

Domestication

It is very difficult to domesticize a bumble. If you even see it, it's quite surprising. They are very skittish creatures. The best way is to lay out a small dish or bowl with sugar water and a couple of small besties next to it on a windowsill. They will usually leave a flower petal as a sort of "thank you" note. Do this for a week. Then you can start surveying them while they feast on your offering. Behind the window first so as to not startle them. Then you can nhave the window open. About 2 weeks after you start to survey, they will be comfortable enough to touch and pet. Don't pull on their tails. Then you will have to apologize with more berries and sugar water, with a dead flower petal next to it as an apology note. After that, it will run free in your home and trust you completely. When in a home after being domesticized,and if they have a mate, they may try to have eggs in your home. If this happens, they will usually feel comfortable enough to have them on a flat surface. WATCH WHERE YOU STEP and if you find the eggs, RELOCATE THEM TO A SAFER SPOT. DO NOT CONTAIN THEM OR INCUBATE THEM YOURSELF. Containing them yourself usually leads to the eggs dying. This will also make the mother and father depressed. DO NOT LET THEM GET DEPRESSED (to be nexplained). DO NOT EVER TRY TO TRAP OR CAGE THEM. There is a reason that they can't be poached or sold at pet stores, though not for a lack of trying. If caged,then they will become depressed and they will die within a week if they are depressed. And if it was mated, the mate will die within a week as well. Usually sooner.

Specieses and their locations

Unfortunately, they have only been recently discovered and there are only 2 known specieses of them. We do know that they have a king and queen. The queen has been seen before and looks like this ->   Queen Fae of the Bumblefuzz Dragons  by HarmonySketchTheFur
She is about the size of a small fox, and we assume the king is that big or bigger. She has been the only one to have those specific colors, so we are to believe that either only the king and queen can have them or they are for only the queen. She does not age at all. No one knows what the king looks like.

Please shoot me a note if you'd like to buy a custom bumblefuzz slot or a myo slot. We can discuss pricing there. Thank you for reading 
Size comparison 

Bumblefuzzes are small dragons -about the size of an average green anole lizard- and they usually live in forests or gardens -anywhere with flowers. They travel very quickly using small flaps of skin on their sides to glide from place to place. They do this so quickly that they cannot be seen by the untrained eye. These small flaps are transparent and very essential to the bumble's survival. The flap's structure is mostly cartilage and very thin muscle. If something pierces it, it will not heal back correctly and the bumble will never glide again.

Feeding

They usually eat small berries and drink nectar. They don't eat meat and actually don't like the smell of it. They only need a drop of nectar and one berry to fill them up and usually they eat 2 times a day. They will drink sugar water as a substitute for nectar.

Living spaces/nest making

They make their beds from flower petals in birdhouses or holes in trees or houses. If they stay in a birdhouse, it's not that they kick the ibird out. They can both live together peacefully.

Breeding/Mating

They do naturally mate, one male one female. They mate for life, so the mate they find they will stick with. They are egg-layers that lay eggs on the roof of their housing so that predators don't immediately spot it. They lay clusters of up to 10 eggs in a gooey film that the mother secreats. It is odorless so that the predator doesn't smell it at all and tastes bitter to deter them.

Juveniles 

After about a month, the eggs will hatch. They are born grey and remain that way until their first drop of nectar. Their coloring depends on the flower their first drop of nectar comes from and how they are colored varies from bumble to bumble. The father develops a small pouch upon mating and carries them around until they can walk on their own.

Lifespan

They usually live to about 5 years old. Their colors start to fade when they hit 4 years and, if it found a mate, they will die together, holding each others hands and feet and tails coiled together as if cuddling. Never will one mate live longer than the other. They always die together.

Domestication

It is very difficult to domesticize a bumble. If you even see it, it's quite surprising. They are very skittish creatures. The best way is to lay out a small dish or bowl with sugar water and a couple of small besties next to it on a windowsill. They will usually leave a flower petal as a sort of "thank you" note. Do this for a week. Then you can start surveying them while they feast on your offering. Behind the window first so as to not startle them. Then you can nhave the window open. About 2 weeks after you start to survey, they will be comfortable enough to touch and pet. Don't pull on their tails. Then you will have to apologize with more berries and sugar water, with a dead flower petal next to it as an apology note. After that, it will run free in your home and trust you completely. When in a home after being domesticized,and if they have a mate, they may try to have eggs in your home. If this happens, they will usually feel comfortable enough to have them on a flat surface. WATCH WHERE YOU STEP and if you find the eggs, RELOCATE THEM TO A SAFER SPOT. DO NOT CONTAIN THEM OR INCUBATE THEM YOURSELF. Containing them yourself usually leads to the eggs dying. This will also make the mother and father depressed. DO NOT LET THEM GET DEPRESSED (to be nexplained). DO NOT EVER TRY TO TRAP OR CAGE THEM. There is a reason that they can't be poached or sold at pet stores, though not for a lack of trying. If caged,then they will become depressed and they will die within a week if they are depressed. And if it was mated, the mate will die within a week as well. Usually sooner.

Specieses and their locations

Unfortunately, they have only been recently discovered and there are only 2 known specieses of them. We do know that they have a king and queen. The queen has been seen before and looks like this ->   Queen Fae of the Bumblefuzz Dragons  by HarmonySketchTheFur
She is about the size of a small fox, and we assume the king is that big or bigger. She has been the only one to have those specific colors, so we are to believe that either only the king and queen can have them or they are for only the queen. She does not age at all. No one knows what the king looks like.

Please shoot me a note if you'd like to buy a custom bumblefuzz slot or a myo slot. We can discuss pricing there. Thank you for reading 

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Omega-Fluff Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for watching!
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HarmonySketchTheFur Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I gotta keep track of you somehow if I wanna get an oc made by you ;y
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Surrial Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot for the watch :)
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HarmonySketchTheFur Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If I plan to commission you I gotta keep track of you somehow ;y
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Surrial Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Yay :D
If I ever do commissions again xD
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HarmonySketchTheFur Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pls for mi ;u; im cute I promise
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Creamy-Galaxies Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you ever so much for the watch <33
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HarmonySketchTheFur Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's no problem. You have great art so why not
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Creamy-Galaxies Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Well thanks ;D I appreciate it!
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HarmonySketchTheFur Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No prob Bob
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