Jules Poirier lectures in British Columbia
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Sun Sep 17 23:36:32 EDT 2000
In article <39c58d4f_1 at news1.prserv.net>, scott at home.com wrote:
> In <amg39.REMOVETHIS-62773D.21591816092000 at newsstand.cit.cornell.edu>,
> WickedDyno <amg39.REMOVETHIS at cornell.edu.invalid> writes:
> >In article <8q17he$45q$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>, jarofclay at my-deja.com wrote:
> >> 14.Describe one insect that was transitional between a non-flying
> >> insect and a flying insect.
> >A gliding insect.
> So not only is flying a convergent feature,
> but so is the actual transition from gliding
> to flying.
Yup. It's just useful to not die when falling off something high, I
> >> From what creatures did butterflies evolve?
> >I don't know.
> Some butterfly-like ancestor.
Someone else indicated that it was probably a moth of some sort.
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