Common felix
Least Concern
Conservation status
Scientific classification
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Aeridae
Family Ferus
Genus Felux
Species F. standarius
General statistics
Mean Height 1.5m
Mean Weight 35kg
Mean Edibility 5/10
Mean Danger 2/10

The common felix (Felux standarius) was the first felix species to be discovered. They are the most widespread felix species, inhabiting over 27% of all countries. They also have the highest population of any felix species - 7,635,000. They have no commercial uses, and they lack any extraordinary features. It is believed that they are the ancestors of all felixes.