Gejitchi looks like an orange centipede with a white face. It has a pink beak, and its eyes are closed. It has many legs as well as spike on its back. On its head, there is a large antenna with covered in many spikes.
Gejitchi is often seen below trees with spiny or thorny flowers. The spikes on its body do more than protect it from predators - it also uses them like broom bristles so it can clean roads by rubbing itself on them.
On Virtual Pets
Mori de Hakken! Tamagotch
The user must first start with a white egg, which will hatch a Babymotchi and evolve into Imotchi 24 hours later. Within the next three days, Imotchi's weight must be raised to 50 mg or higher. Once Imotchi evolves into Mayutchi, the temperature must be kept on the colder end for 24 hours.
Geji is a Japanese word for a house centipede.