Why do wingless forms prevail among insects on small oceanic islands, while winged forms prevail on the nearby mainland or large islands?

small oceanic islands are blown by strong winds. As a result, all flying small animals, unable to withstand strong winds, are blown into the ocean and die. In the course of evolution, insects living on small islands have lost their ability to fly.

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