The bambelin replaced its ancestor. The bambelin is quite similar to its ancestor in appearance, except that the scales with the eyes now curl around to give it a better angle of vision. It has also become twice the size of its ancestor. Unlike its ancestor, the bambelin is a solitary creature and individuals wander around on their own. They will mate on occasion and lay eggs into a silk ball attached to branches or other surfaces. The poison powder from their wings has fallen from use since any of their predators either have eyes on the back or are simply too fast for it to be effective.