Flytraps are Venus’s?

Venus' flytraps (Dionaea muscipula) are found as native plants in the amazing and mysteries Carolina Bays and their surrounding area in the USA.

Did the Venus's flytraps nearly instantly 'evolve' due to the events that were the origin of the Carolina Bays?

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Specific life forms created by specific areas energy and Electric Universe events but not Evolution theory, for example the stunning Wallace Line.

And were planets, perhaps ironically Venus, involved in the electromagnetic formation and evolution of the Carolina Bays and Venus fly traps?

Venus' flytraps and Carolina Bays

carolina bays venus flytraps catastrophe morphic evolutionMuch to everyone's amazement, Venus' flytraps are not some strange, exotic plant. It is native only to the Carolinas, and, according to Wikipedia, probably within a 60-mile radius of Wilmington, North Carolina. They are found mostly around crater-like formations known as Carolina Bays, which are located mostly in the same area. Connections to these bays, which are thought to be caused by meteors, only help theories of their alien origins.
Growing Venus' Flytraps

carolina bays venus fly traps evolution electric universe theory wallace lineThe Venus flytrap (also referred to as Venus's flytrap or Venus' flytrap), Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the East Coast of the United States in North Carolina and South Carolina ... it is found natively only in North and South Carolina in the United States, specifically within a 60-mile radius of Wilmington, North Carolina.
Venus flytrap | wikipedia

carolina craters ponds lakes bays lichtenberg pattern figuresCarnivorous plants are generally herbs, and their traps primary growth. They generally do not form readily fossilizable structures such as thick bark or wood. As a result, there is no fossil evidence of the steps that would link Dionaea and Aldrovanda, or with their common ancestor with Drosera. Nevertheless, it is possible to extrapolate an evolutionary history based on phylogenetic studies of both genera. Researchers have proposed a series of steps that would ultimately result in the complex snap-trap mechanism
Venus flytrap - Proposed evolutionary history | wikipedia

Once the insect is digested, the cells on the upper surface of the midrib will grow, much more slowly, and the leaf will re-open. As you might imagine, the leaf cannot keep doing this rapid growth trick forever. That is why it is only able to close its trap about seven times during the life of a leaf ... The Venus' Flytrap also reproduces via its rhizome. It never has more than seven leaves.
Dionaea muscipula - The Venus Flytrap

Carolina Bays

carolina craters ponds bay venus flytrip eu theory evolutionKaolinite, a 14 Ao clay mineral, and illite were identified in 23 samples collected from five Carolina Bays in southern North Carolina. The 14 Ao clay mineral does not have the characteristics of any of the usual 14 Ao clay minerals and can with some justification be called expanded illite, vermiculite, chlorite, or montmorillonite

... Our interpretation of the geologic history of the Lake Waccamaw area, the sediment record, and the relevant data of others is that Lake Waccamaw is a relatively young lake, probably around 15,000 years old or less. The presence of endemic fauna in the lake is probably a result of the lake's unique chemistry and productivity and not the result of a long period of reproductive isolation from other populations.
Clay Mineralogy of Some Carolina Bay Sediments | University of Georgia

carolina bays catastrophic evolution explosion wallace lineOne of the intriguing aspects of the Carolina Bays is that they frequently overlap one another. Prouty reasoned that bays impinging on other bays were the result of multiple, serial, impacts with the last in the sequence retaining the common Carolina Bay form.

A problem with this method of creating Carolina Bays is that the rim height of ostensibly later formed bays is generally about the same height as the rim of those bays that were impinged upon. It is difficult to find a convincing way for multiple impacts to produce a bay within a bay with a rim height that matches the bay that contains it.

The gloss over to this hard to account for property is that the bays are so shallow that virtually any rim height would be enough to bring later formed bays up to about the level of the earlier formed bays. This is a weak explanation and also points to another problem with a direct impact model—the shallowness of the features.
More Carolina Bay Information | University of Georgia

Venus's flytraps

The origin and formation of Carolina Bays look to be some form of Electric Universe geology. Planet Earth interacting and electrically discharging with another electrically charged body with some form of Spark Erosion (Electric Discharge Machining) creating the craters.

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One possible idea is that it could have been a smaller space body in the asteroid family (bollide, meteorite, comet).

Another is that it could have been during a interactive event with a wandering planet like Venus, Mars etc as suggested by Immanuel Velikovsky in his Words in Collision, or, by most variants of our solar system formation (cosmogony) based on an Electric Universe theory (EU theory).

wallace line venus fly traps flytraps carolina baysThe thousands mile long Wallace line separates Asia and Australia. It is not only a dividing geological etching beneath the sea, it is also a biological division!

Between Indonesia's Bali and neighbouring island Lombok is a slim ten mile sea channel. This is the start of the Wallace line - on one side roam bouncing Kangaroos and Platypus, on the other man eating Tigers! South is Australia. North the Philippines and India. Remarkably, this species separation extends to both plant, fish and animal species.

Is it due to the slow Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace "Natural Selection" evolution theory or could it be the result of instant catastrophic evolution?
The Wallace Line? Can Kangaroos swim? (video) | Mungo Flix.

Were the original plants that became the Venus flytraps electromagnetically changed during the creation of what could be classed as mass crater chains? An example of catastrophe evolution?

Most living organisms are locked into a two chromosome reproductive process (diploid). But polyploidy allows the chromosomes to form new species instantaneously!. Thus a specimen under extreme provocation forms new species immediately. This is not natural selection. This is a curiously intelligent adaption process which allows for the normal process of reproduction to ‘read’ the new electromagnetic harmonic! This is instant speciation!
The Wallace Line? Can Kangaroos swim? | Ancient Destructions.

Or could growing in the Carolina Bays electromagnetic environment evolve the Venus flytraps from some sort 'stem plant cell' that forms different plants depending on the local electromagnetic or 'morphic' field?