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August 2014 - Hover Fly
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Hover Fly, Sericomyia chalcopyga (female)
Hover Fly, Sericomyia chalcopyga
As their name suggests, Hover Flies can be often seen hovering over flowers feeding on nectar and pollen. They resemble bees and are sometimes called called bee or wasp mimics. There are over 6,000 species on every continent of the world, except chilly Antarctica.
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Hover Fly, Sericomyia chalcopyga, male

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