The mustached bambelin split from its ancestor the bambelin and moved to the Ittiz-Nuke Alpine. There is co evolved with the altar bloomworm, its only food source which also depends on its for pollination. In general form it appears to be quite similar to its ancestor except for its main physical change, the hairs that grow all around its body. These hairs evolved from the tiny snout hairs that its ancestor uses for gathering pollen, and now gives it protection from the cold temperatures in the high mountains. The hairs near the mouth though are still much larger than the rest and are used for the same purpose of pollen gathering. They are still loners though in order to survive better they have adapted to aid each other. They build great nests together where all individual can choose to rest. These nests are cotton candy like and can keep the worm in the winter. They rarely go out in the winter months, mainly in the few hours when it doesn’t snow or rains and the sun is high in the sky, and only to gather more food which they share together inside the nest. In the freezing months they partly hibernate lowering their body temperature and shedding the skin between their wings that will normally freeze off. When the spring comes they will grow it back, eat the nests, and return to the freelancers’ life style. They usually build their nests on the wings of the altar bloomworm.