As I've noted several times on threads such as these, the best argument in favor of Intelligent Design (as a general principle) is that we humans have practiced it for thousands of years. Yours are among the best specific examples I've seen.
There was no such fly, it was a lie...perhaps he'll die...
But it did get me thinking about the humble fruit fly and all that creature has contributed to the study of genetics without happening to "evolve" in the laboratory! The life cycle of a fruit fly is very brief, and scientists have been monkeying with them for *hundreds* of years in labs all over the world. You'd think, wouldn't you--that there'd be a new one by now, just by accident?
I don't happen to hold with ID--though it makes better sense than evolution. It's all a matter of time--and who controls the wheels of time.