Microflyers are diverse, small, minute, flying animals from Darwin IV. Along with their plant counterparts, the abundant and varied aerophytes, these creatures can, at times, darken the sky with their numbers.
These minute, airborne animal traveling in clouds (luminous at night). They tiny creatures are consumed in prodigious numbers by Darwin IV's placid air-sifters like flipsticks and keeled grove-backs. Born pregnant, these microflyers complete their lifecycles as eggs in the excreta of the animals that eat them.