The Hoverfly some may know it as the Flower Fly or the Syrphid Fly. No matter what you know this flies name as, it is a unique species.of the insect kingdom!
Resembling the bee species only help this fly in my opinion. The Hoverfly is harmless and no doubt a benefit to our gardens!!
I personally love the eyes of insects! They do not see as we do, and some of my shots here or in my vast catalog of insect photographs show the many facet of the insects eyes.
This species of the Hoverfly was so fascinating to just watch!! I moved on from the wild rose bush to photograph our columbine flowers which are near some of our lupine flowers. I had to make my way through some of our many lilac bushes, more like trees! Not to hurt the lupine flowers or the columbine flowers which are on the other side of our fence, and near one of our small ponds we provide for wildlife of all shapes and sizes here in the high desert of Oregon and inside the fence where we keep our dogs contained.
I then noticed several Hoverflies taking advantage of the pollen of the Lupine and Columbine flowers. This is where many of my photographs were shot at.
The Hoverflies do not share the same flower, but will fly off to another if a more hungry Hoverfly shows up! Well enough talk lets get on with the photographs shall we?
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