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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Today's Wednesday Vignette is a shot I took recently of a hoverfly. Hoverflies are bee mimics that also work as pollinators. In some species of hoverfly, the larvae are insectivorous and prey on aphids, thrips and other plant-devouring insects. You can read more about them and see some even better photos of them in this recent post by Gail at Clay and Limestone. Since it's Pollinator Week, I thought it might be appropriate to share my photo of one.
Hover fly on Dianthus
My garden blogger friend Anna at Flutter and Hum hosts Wednesday Vignette, see her current post here.