As said above, Pansoras appear in New Super Mario Bros. Omega, most of the time in mountain levels. Yellow-petaled ones just roam free, while Purple ones patrol one area. Pink ones follow Mario when approached.
Pansoras appear as well in Super Mario World: Wii, but they're renamed Pansunders. Pansunders have a grey body and a lightning logo. Yellow ones just roam around freely, while Orange ones patroll a certain area. And Pale-Yellow ones follow Mario when he's close
- Pansora's name comes from Pandora, a girl in Greek mythology who caused to release many problems in the world by opening a box, and Pansy.
- Pansunder's name is derived from Pansy and thunder.
- Pink-petaled Pansoras may be a reference to the original blue-petaled Panser in Super Mario Bros. 2, whose petals was colored pink in the NES version, just like any blue enemy.
|Mario | Luigi | Orange Toad | Assist Luma | Goombario | Blue Toad | Koopa the Quick | Geno | Mallow | Wario|
|Toad | Peach | Yoshi | Toadsworth|
|Goomba | Paragoomba|
|Mushroom Valley | Dry Dry Desert | Ice Island|