What is an example of Distantly Related but Similar? The genus is the generic name that includes closely related species; the gray wolf, for example, is classified as Canis lupus and is a close relative of the coyote found in North America and designated as Canis latrans, their systematic relation indicated by their sharing the same genus name, Canis. beetles not only pollinate the flowers, but they mate while inside of the flowers.
(A) Male fireflies of different species have differing flash patterns. The. Example- same animal was different on Galapagos than on mainland D and E. b. E and B. c. E and A. d. B and C. e. C and D.
closely related species differentiate in slightly different climates. Over time, natural selection produced variations among the population that resulted in different, but closely related, species. A mutant. Some species, like bornean and sumatran orangutans, can produce fertile offspring, but offspring that is more likely to have genetic problems. Very closely related species (such as wolves and coyotes) can produce fertile offspring if they can be convinced to mate with each other. version of the plant with red flowers becomes more common with the passage of time. The two species that are most closely related to each other are a.
D) 2 and 4. d. Beetle pollinators of a particular plant are attracted to its flowersʹ bright orange color. The brown antechinus' lack of a placenta makes it a marsupial, which means that long before it looked, acted and pooped all over your boxes of old family photographs like a mouse, it descended from the evolutionary great grandfather of the koala.Once they split up, the antechinus developed fast-twitch muscles and shrunk so that it didn't need much food to become self-sufficient. Darwin found that similar ground-dwelling (no fly) birds inhabit similar grasslands in Europe, Australia and Africa. B) 1 and 4. C) 2 and 3.