Pink Swamp Flowerworm
The pink swamp flowerworm split from its ancestor and inhabited the river side and drier parts of the Irinya River and swamp. It is almost the same as its ancestor in almost any way except for a few small modifications for its new habitat. It still uses the same hatching worms reproduction technique with most of its body being underground including the eggs. Their worms still dig their way underground towards their new position usually not going to far from their mother plant creating massive crowds of flowerworms. Also the rivers and swamp pools being their main physical barrier they could usually only be found on a single river bank creating a very unique view and a small niche different from the other river bank. Some though are carried by the stream or broken plants and find their way to the other bank opening their own little society. The humid biome they live in helps them grow slightly larger than their ancestors and create more eggs. They also still contain powerful roots to help them gather water and nutrients. Their wings moved closer to their body and their leaves slightly changed in form. Competing with their water-living relatives the shallow-water treeworm for pollination they have evolved an even more attractive flower with more powerful and attracting smell, sweeter nectar, and a pink coloration.