The Umbrellafly resembles its namesake, an umbrella, and flies through the air by pulsing its body, similar to how a jellyfish moves in the sea. When not airborne, the creature lies on the ground, upturned and open like a flower. Its colourful tentacles resemble pollen-coated flower parts, which attract feathergnats towards it. When they land, the Umbrellafly snaps shut and eats up the gnats for food. Umbrellaflies exist in many different colours.