A rare treat for encyclopediam researchers at Sector 14, Long Frill Imches have always been an exotic if not elusive species of aquatic Shreem. A close relative of Zimoor Imches, the long Frill are very similair in appearance and adaptability as a common fresh water Imch save the four barbels protruding from its cheeks. Although not aggresive by nature and certainly more than easily excitable, the Long Frill Imch are certainly curious as they are collectivly intelligent displaying tactical various advances towards De Loso's very own researchers. One might be highly surprised however to note the evolutionary advancement of the frill imch and it's hunting tactics as recorded. Emiting from each of the four barbel were high frequency electric discharges rendering their prey, cavious blue gill, completley paralyzed in the water. Such an ability itself comes from the central lower organs centalized around the abdominal regions of the Imch. These organs also known as electric organs contract at varrying speeds causing friction and ion dispertion causing the side affect of actual eletric emission thus output directly from it's barbs. Although less than 80 volts this shock is still powerful enough even to a larger based creature such as a human being. Thankfully by nature the frill Imch specificly target fish as their main food source.