On day six you get a first look at a large group of the Cuspipoda
: the Octaptera
. Their ancestors were silmilar to animals like Herbaoculus hyrotrioskjan.deviantart.com/a…
but these animals evolove in an much higher altitude. Their 8 main legs become flat and aerodynamic and they learn to glide. Their secondary legs become more and more important for the taking of branches. Finally the muscles around their primary legs become much stronger and moved partly inwards.
Latilabium angularis is a typical, middle sized Octoptera, unspecialized, fast flying and very common from the shores of Xibalba to the highest leaves of the Mundodendralis tree giants