The allocamelus is an heraldic monster described as having the head of an ass and a body with a camel’s hump; it’s sometimes called an “ass-camel” in the heraldic literature, and may be a period attempt to describe a llama. Its sole period instance is as the crest of the Eastland Company, 1579, used without authority [Dennys 147]. The allocamelus is nonetheless permissible for Society use.
There doesn’t seem to be a default posture for the allocamelus; the illustration shows an allocamelus statant.
Myfanwy ferch Rhiannon bears as a badge: An allocamelus passant purpure charged with an escallop argent.