The keeping the process of evolution evolving and

            The
specific name given to a group of different species of flowers that are only
pollinated by one pollinator are most likely called by the name of a guild. The
certain characteristics in the guild for all long-nosed flies are straight
tubes on the long side, no odor, flowers with bright hues, and open throughout
the day hours. Steiner as well as Johnson came to the conclusion that the flies
adapted to the hard to reach pools of the local plants. The insect’s preference
to deep plant can be at disadvantage if they are unable to have access to the
specific plants. As organisms evolve they can adapt to be able to experiment
outside their definite guild and be able to feed of a different species of
plants. For years, scientists have studied different types of guilds and insect
habits, but they can’t always know for sure what plant the insect might feed
off.

            Even
though some African flies are smaller in body size than hawk moths, they still
carry a larger tongue on their little body. If a fly’s nose is around or longer
than seventy five percent of an inch, then they are classified as long-nosed.
Thus, Africa is technically swarming with around twelve or more different types
of species that are long-nosed. Most of these flies are separated into two
separate and different categories being the nemestrinids and including the
tebanids. The major difference between the two is that the first category only
feeds on the nectar and nothing else and the second feeds on nectar and some
female carry some type of mouthpart to ingest blood from eggs that are in the
development process.

            The
process of coevolution could revolutionize the evolution of new plant with
harder to reach pools or insects with longer proboscises. They have a special
bond that attracts them together and keeps the insects pollinating the flower,
thus keeping the process of evolution evolving and the bond between their
relationship growing more every day. Darwin has had luck with is predictions of
the coevolution theory between insects and flowers. He has evidence of hos theory
as insects with long noses as nine inches long have been captured in order to
be examined and to investigate its relationship to the plant morganii. They
didn’t necessary see the insects when he feed on the plant, but the predictions
and investigations highly suggest that it does occur. Although, he has proven
other plant and flower relationships to specific types. Like, the African
long-nosed is particularly attracted to a specific plant.

Mega-nosed flies are known to come from the
southern part of Africa and it is widely known for an odd trait that you can’t
miss. It seems as its nose stretches for about four inches on its head, but it
is actually a proboscis. It has an eerie place on the fly as it is positioned
in between the trails and the legs, stretching past its body the size of an
average bee. Even if it seems as if this long proboscis might be a problem, it
is an advantage for the insect. The insect is able to take the nectar from flowers
relatively longer and deeper, unlike insects without the extra length to reach
the pools. The main reason behind the extraordinary evolution of the deep tubes
and the flies with long noses is a term best referred to as coevolution. The
plant makes the nectar more exclusive by having it in a deep place, thus it is
harder for organisms to have access to it. This type of existence between them
can have advantages to both of them in different ways. One good example of plan
that is adapted to insects with long noses is the Malagasy orchid. It has its
nectar around about ne foot deep into the pool. As the pools reached deeper in
the flower, the proboscises of the insects would get longer and longer. They
occurred side-by-side and allowed for pollination to be successfully carried
through and evolved.