Wyatt Mason

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Habitat: Meadows and forests

Niche: Pollinate large flowers

Behavior: Docile, friendly, kind, contempt

Morphology: The butterwalkafly came upon from butterflies and humans. Humans randomly developed wings in a rapid change. We only have found traces of two kinds of wings which are butterfly shaped wings and bee shaped wings. We have determined that millions of years ago humans were crossed with butterflies which created the butterwalkafly.

Variations: The butterwalkaflies are very similar and have little to no variations. The colors and patterns on the wings are the only variations the butterflies could have had according to the evidence we have left from them. There is the also the beewalkafly and the mothwalkafly. The beewalkafly is as the name suggest, humans and bees being crossed. This is the same with the mothwalkafly which is a human and a moth crossed.

Isolation Mechanism

The butterwalkafly's isolation mechanism confine the boundaries of that species. It cannot mate throughout its subspecies either. A butterwalkafly can only mate with another butterwalkafly as goes the same for beewalkafly and mothwalkafly. If they do breed outside of their subspecies and/or species then if the offspring is able to survive it will be sterile.

This splits populations as they evolve because as they start trying to move towards better evolving sometimes they leave behind certain traits that are holding them back or that is the evolution.

Punctuated Equilibrium

There is no evidence of a gradual change therefore we have came to the conclusion r=that the butterwalkafly was a rapid change. Making this species evolved through Punctual Equilibrium.

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The speciation model is Alloptric. They are located wherever meadows and forests exist and the environment meets their needs. This can be all over the world.