The assimilation floralgae is a hybrid of floralgae and black sea algae. Since black sea algae is the distant ancestor of the floralgae they were able to merge during mitosis when two cells were too close to each other. In combining the floralage grew black sea algae all over the edges of its "petal-cells". Thus gave it even more photosynthesis. However having more photosynthesis was not what gave it an advantage, it now produces a special cell that detaches from the center of it. These cells latch onto other black flora microbes and convert their DNA to assimilation foralgae. This caused them to thrive! So much so it replaced not only its two ancestors floralgae and black sea algae but all other microscopic black flora. This includes the black polar algae, blakkenwyte, bullseylgae, black southern algae, south polar black algae, krakow black algae and fluctuator. Black flora which were not microbes were not affected. Also black flora hybrid species which had the DNA of other microbes and were still microscopic were not affected either due to their DNA being too diffrent
Living Relatives (click to show/hide)
None found. Note that this does not necessarily mean it has no living relatives at all, but that, assuming all taxonomy is filled in, its entire phylum is extinct; any relatives it does have likely do not resemble it.