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This (harmless) Hoverfly pollinating my Gazania is called "Bessenband Zweegvlieg" (Syrphus ribessi) (according to Liertje the "walking encyclopedia of insects" ☺☺)


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Thank you, Pammi. They are really pretty flowers. I made a collage of all the different Gazanias I have in my back garden. Yes, lots of pollinators are buzzing in our garden! ♥☺♥☺♥☺

Thank you for promoting Liertje's puzzle, Patsy. I'm sorry he got so few solvers, as they are really missing out on the wonderful details when enlarged!

Thank you, Faye, I told him this was Beatrix and he received it with laughter!
I don't know whether I mentioned it to you earlier, but after you sent them the inect names, Patrick sent me a photo of a fly and introduced him as:"this is Billy" LOL

Thank you, Lynetteoz, I bet you'll love all the other colours in my collage of today as well!:-)


Vibrant colour and so beautiful Impie :-)

gemstone usual! Tell L. this one's name is Beatrix. ;DDD

And Liertje published a puzzle with a different hoverfly covered with pollen from a gazania:


How lovely your Gazania is, Impie and such striking colours from bright yellow to beautiful tones of orange. A real winner so it is no wonder this busy bee is buzzing. ☺♥☺♥☺


Thank you, Jason, yes, we have lots of them in the garden :)


Lovely flower with a helpful visitor :-)

Thank you, Impie.


Thank you, Anne, no rain yet, perhaps sunbeam catching?;)

Why thank you, Ella, I'm glad you like my photograph!♡


A very sunny blossom on a sunny day with a sunny little visitor! The green background really makes it stand out!


I love how the petals are curling upward as if to catch drops of water? or...beautiful color too.