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The subject of this article is from the Visions update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 13 August, 2019.

This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.

Galaxy Euclid
Region The Arm of Katteus
Star system HUB4-130 Paradise Beaks
Atmosphere Pleasant; Mildly Hazy
Terrain Oceans, Islands, Lake-covered Landmasses
Biome Lush
Weather Blissful
Resources C C+ Cl Co Cu Ke Na NaCl Mo O2 Pf Sb
Sentinels Average
Flora Abundant
Fauna Ample
Discovered by jawertown; first documented by old_school_rpg
Discovery platform PS4
Game Mode Normal
Updated Visions

Olverha is a planet in No Man's Sky.


A small herd, or large family, of T. Soilpitamum (Decibel Deer) near the shoreline.

Olverha is a planet in the HUB4-130 Paradise Beaks system. This tropical planet has many notable features, including: a species of megafauna (~6m) Mogara / Grunts, a species of rare violet flower-trees rarely seen elsewhere in-game, beautiful beaches and underwater caves, yellow bubble / lollipop grass, a Cycromys / bird species, and more.

It's also the location of the Galactic Hub's fourth colony, the coastal colony of Dorinish. See Notable Locations & Waypoints for more info.

Alias names[]

PS4 Current: Olverha
PC Current: Lamuella
XBox Current: Red Grass No Rain Space Hawaii


  • “Form” refers to, for example: crystal form, resource deposit form, Pedestal Form (Vortex Cube), “Stem Plant” Form (Gravitino Ball), “Floating Crystal” Form (Rare Metal Element/others), etc
  • “Rarity” refers to how often the resource appears on the planet, and is just an estimate (there’s no in-game value to measure it by).
  • Standard resources like Carbon, Condensed Carbon, Sodium, etc. may be included or omitted at the editor’s discretion.
Image Resource Form Rarity
Carbon Plants Abundant
Chlorine Underwater Rocks Uncommon
Condensed Carbon Crystals Common
Copper Resource Deposit Somewhat Rare
Coprite Fauna-sourced Abundant (if fauna are fed)
Crystal Sulphide Underwater Vents Common
Di-hydrogen Crystals Common
Kelp Sac Aquatic Plants Somewhat Common
Mordite Fauna-sourced Abundant (if fauna are killed)
Salt Underwater Rocks Common
Sodium Flowers Somewhat Common



Name Behavior & Diet Height Weight
Olverha Best Friend.jpg Best Friend Cheerful
Mordite roots
5.9m 289.4kg
dangerdorian Genus: Mogara Notes: -EXTINCT- Large Grunt species, mostly brown with white underbelly & face. Teddy-bear-like and bird-like gender appearances.
T. Soilpitamum.jpg T. Soilpitamum Slow grazer
1.5m 74.7kg
hemlock09 Genus: Tetraceris Notes: -EXTINCT- Green, long-nosed antelope species with feather-like manes/frills around their necks. Red backs dotted with blue-red pustules, perhaps a part of the animal but seemingly a parasite, symbiote, or otherwise foreign organism. Generally found in large herds, and generally very loud, earning them the local nickname "decibel deer".
M. Copmidia.jpg M. Copmidia Long-distance migration
Mostly rocks
3.2m 145.8kg
Forrest904 Genus: Ungulatis Notes: -EXTINCT- Green/brown or red (depending on gender), fairly large horned bovine. Thick forelegs, thin back legs, and what appears to be some sort of foreign organism on its back. Generally found in herds, in small groups, or alone. This species appears to be equally active regardless of time of day.
R. Falconsonium.jpg R. Falconsonium Highly observant
0.6m 78.3kg
hemlock09 Genus: Procavya Notes: -EXTINCT- Green/brown rodent with vivid red bumps on its back. Sharp teeth and bright yellow eyes. This species is barely taller than the grass on this planet.
E. Mustloctoe.jpg E. Mustloctoe Lone predator
2.1m 139.3kg
AndyKrycek6 Genus: Prionace Notes: -EXTINCT- Bright green shark with ornate white patterns down the majority of its body. Green teeth. Brown protrusions in the forehead area: could just be some scales, or could be a sensory organ. Generally found alone but other individuals may be found in the vicinity. Seems to prefer deeper water.
Excellent sense of smell
D. Radionoposa.jpg D. Radionoposa Drifts on currents
Small crustaceans
0.9m 61.9kg
old_school_rpg Genus: Ictaloris Notes: -EXTINCT- Green jellyfish with black eyes extending from long stalks. May be found in pairs or larger groups.
U. Pentaniia.jpg U. Pentaniia Effectively blind
Living sponges
0.7m 72.7kg
old_school_rpg Genus: Ictaloris Notes: -EXTINCT- Medium-sized blue/white fish with black stripes and a long mouth full of sharp teeth. This species is always found in schools.
A. Funnuncia.jpg A. Funnuncia Never sleeps
0.5m 42.5kg
old_school_rpg Genus: Ictaloris Notes: -EXTINCT- Small, fairly round/spherical, brown fish with black stripes and some pale green features, such as the dorsal and tail fins. Always found in schools.
Extremely homozygous
M. Tribbritsia.jpg M. Tribbritsia Passive
Living sponges
1.5m 83.8kg
hemlock09 Genus: Conokinis (?) Notes: -EXTINCT- Eight-legged brownish crabs with two large claws. May feature white stripes on the head/dorsal area depending on gender. Generally found alone, but other individuals are often in the vicinity. Seems to prefer shallow water.
S. Chromoradeum.jpg S. Chromoradeum Easily scared
Gravitino balls
1.4m 79.6kg
hemlock09 Genus: Cycromys Notes: -EXTINCT- Individuals belonging to this species of large, "dragon-like" birds (Cycromys) can usually be found traveling in pairs. Common behavior is to appear, swoop down towards the ground or circle for a while, then fly into the distance. This species skin varies from dark to very pale green in color. Each wing is segmented into six sections and does not appear to feature feathers but rather stretched skin or other membrane. Each wing features two talons, and the species also displays a long tail which widens into a flat club-like shape near the end.
I. Polycicae.jpg I. Polycicae Collects shiny objects
Rotting fruit
0.9m 50.8kg
Krentebol01 Genus: Agnelis Notes: -EXTINCT- These four-winged fauna have a face which resembles a cross between a bat and a pug. Their front wings are mostly white, while the posterior wings are mostly blue. They also display two long tails. As the wings don't appear to have any feathers, this species may be more comparable to a bat than a bird in Earth biology.

Zoology Scan Completion[]

PS4: 11/13




Name Age Root Structure Nutrient Source Notes
& Resources
Discovered By
T. Marshamaeum G.jpg T. Marshamaeum (Greater) Timeless Branching Meditation Liquidizes Soil
Huge violet-colored flowers which share their name & scanner information with a tiny plant - or perhaps that tiny plant grows into these huge flowers. Large flowers like this are already rare, and their violet coloration makes this species some of the most rare flora the universe has to offer.
T. Marshamaeum L.jpg T. Marshamaeum (Lesser) Timeless Branching Meditation Liquidizes Soil
Small purple plant with multiple (usually 5) cattail-like projections reaching upward from a base of serrated leaves which cling to the ground.
H. Sougouae G.jpg H. Sougouae (Greater) Millennia Limited Gas Clouds Paralyzing Spores
One of the only flora on this planet without dominantly violet/purple leaves. A stout tree with thick orange-brown leaves and a thick trunk covered in pinkish-brown spheres, perhaps fungus or perhaps part of the tree. Shares its name with a small woody plant.
H. Sougouae L.jpg H. Sougouae (Lesser) Millennia Limited Gas Clouds Paralyzing Spores
This small woody plant grows slightly over head-height with a Traveler and features exotic, drooping purple leaves on its many separate branches, which all grow from a central base near the ground.
Y. Sekynuria G.jpg Y. Sekynuria (Greater) Millennia Not Present Moonlight Four Dimensional
Club-shaped, medium-sized tree with clusters of long, somewhat thin leaves. Shares its name with a small herbaceous plant, or that plant may grow into these larger trees.
Carbon & Coprite
Y. Sekynuria L.jpg Y. Sekynuria (Lesser) Millennia Not Present Moonlight Four Dimensional
Small herbaceous plant. Yellowish with purple dots, mostly on outer leaf edges.
Carbon & Coprite
R. Wartcoygnosa.jpg R. Wartcoygnosa Immature Knotted Photosynthesis Omni-Seasonal
Waist-height violet-colored shrub.
Carbon & Mordite
E. Sunomyrera.jpg E. Sunomyrera Fully Grown Regular Parasitic Leaching Whispering Leaves
Waist-height red-colored shrub.
N. Dragnodexus.jpg N. Dragnodexus Fresh Complex Lost Insects High Metal Content
Small pink/purple plant, generally appear to grow to 6 large leaves at maximum.
Carbon & Mordite
Z. Spiteyanii.jpg Z. Spiteyanii Old Transferrable Geological Energy Sticky Coating
Grass-like plant with clusters of three red-purple pods, most likely flowers.
Carbon & Coprite
O. Marishhumosa.jpg O. Marishhumosa Timeless Gravitational Carbon Absorption Hypnotic Perfume
"Explosive" harmful plant
Y. Spinnutrium.jpg Y. Spinnutrium Centuries Invasive Carnivorous Mono-seasonal
"Bear trap"-style harmful plant

Atmosphere & Climate[]

  • Maximum Temperature: 104.3 °F / 40.2 °C
  • Minimum Temperature:
  • Storm Temperature:
  • Radioactivity (Rad): 1.9
  • Toxicity (Tox): 19.3

Notable Locations & Waypoints[]

Image Name Description Latitude/Longitude
Dorinish Colony See Below -5.00, 79.00

Dorinish Colony[]

A map of Dorinish

Dorinish is the Galactic Hub's fourth official colony - an organized settlement of multiple player bases. Inspired by Southern California, Dorinish residents live along the coastlines and are encouraged to build small-to-medium-sized homes which occupy both the land and sea.

Base sites are spaced approximately 400u apart (each base claim has a 200u radius). Base sites can be claimed on the Residency Spreadsheet. Be sure to do this before placing a base computer

Settling on Dorinish

  • Navigate to the system
  • Find the planet
  • Explore the available planetary coordinates (listed on spreadsheet above, or map in thumbnail image)
  • Find one you like and make sure it's not already claimed on the spreadsheet
  • If it's already claimed, find another spot; if not, claim it for yourself

That's it! 30 spots per platform are available on a first-come first-serve basis and if no base is built after some number of weeks, the base claim may be forfeited, following notification by Galactic Hub Staff.

Rules and Guidelines

  • Do not claim a base site which has already been claimed (steal a claim). The spreadsheet has a version history: Hub staff will see, and it's not a good way to be seen.
  • Try to keep your base somewhat small to minimize lag.
  • Small exterior features which aren't a part of your base, like fountains, parks, small public gardens, statues, etc are strongly encouraged. This will make the colony feel more connected and settled in the absence of roads.
  • If you expect to play No Man's Sky in VR, build your base with that in mind!