… Seriously dude… just… seriously…
Nothing ever appears halfway between becoming a new species, mainly because we can’t see the future of each individual species.
Take humans, overall we’re taller than we used to be. We only know that now because we can look back and see what we were. Each time a tall person was born they weren’t the next step in human developments towards being overall taller, they were just a slightly taller guy.
The same is true for everything. If a tree grows with slightly wider leaves, we can’t look at that now and say that this tree is halfway along it’s development to becoming a super-broad leaf tree. We just see a tree with slightly broader leaves. It’s not until enough change has happened that we’ll be able to see the developmental process.
If a fish has slightly darker scales than it’s parents, it’s not on it’s way to becoming a new species of new, completely-nocturnal predator, using the dark to it’s advantage. It’s just a slightly darker fish.
Again, you’re asking for irrational things.
But whatever, I’m done. It’s obvious you’re not interested in being rational. You’ve adopted the Fundamentalist mindset for this particular discussion, but it’s not all that important, so whatever. I’m done trying to inject evidence into your understanding; you’re obviously not interested.
Now, if you’re talking in terms of the whole fossil record, then yeah Archaeopteryx is a good example, as Alreju noted. There are also all the hominid species, that’s a fairly comprehensive record.