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I believe this hoverfly to be of the Scaeva pyrastri variety. Here it is feeding on some colurful Ragwart. Hope you like the shot and thanks for passing by.
Comments/Criticism/Mods all welcome.
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He's a beauty, Paul, wonderful markings, and so kind of him to land on such a pleasing flower, too. (Not St. John's wort, though!) It looks very much like a climbing shrub that we have in Crete. Carol
The head is superbly sharp
Quite so Carol. Just googled it. Not St Johns wort but cant find the correct ID. Will keep looking.
Wonderful detail and colour Paul.
top drawer photography
stunning detail paul fantastic colour and light a real gem top shot
cracking macro ,glad you knew his name,great shot.
Flower now correctly ID'd as ragwart. Googled it
Stunning autumnal colors enhanced by the bee -- Lovely!
Beautiful detailed shot.
Lovely close up photography, excellent head detail, Hoverflie's find Ragwort very attractive.
Awsum, everything is spot on.
Super detail and colours here.
Excellent close up.
Great close-up, lovely colour and detail............Sandy
Excellent detail - got one of these earlier in the year .
Magnificent detail. Awesome shot
Splendid capture Paul - wonderful colours and detail
Excellent! Deserves more attention than its had so far.
Another magnificent macro, marvellous detail and colour
Sorry (for myself) I missed this stunning macro shot until now Paul, how on earth did you manage to come up with its species!
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