I have no idea what it is but I'm pretty sure I don't want it coming near me
I think it would be more scared of you Ann.
Dear Tanya, So nice to visit with you. I have been behind in my visits and have missed you. I hope that I am back in the swing of things once again. I am not quite sure but perhaps that is some type of bee.I hope all is well with you. I browsed through your posts and it looks like you have been quite busy with a new shed and bench and planting. Trojan looks very good and happy. Tammy and I only planted seeds yesterday in egg cartons. I hope it is not too late, though it still has been quite chilly here. The trees or shrubs have not even begun to blossom yet, so perhaps it will be o.k..I could keep chatting since I have so much to catch up.Take good care, hugs andBlessings, Catherine xo
Your guess is very close Catherine.
It looks like a bee fly - great photo! I wonder if it thinks the screw is a flower?
Is there anything you don't know Sue. I was quite pleased with the photo...especially as I took a couple and then the camera battery died.
It's a bee fly. I've never seen one before, or even knew they existed, but this is the third I've seen on blogs just lately. I wonder if that's because they're numbers have increased and they're becoming more common.
You're right Jo. I hadn't seen one before this photo and had to look up what it was....found some interesting facts which I will post soon.
I'm not sure about the bug. But it looks like fruit fly that use the stinger to take its egg into the inner side of fruit.btw really love to see your garden progress. So exciting and inspiring.Endah-Indonesia
Thanks for visiting and commenting Endah...it's not a fruit fly but I will tell you all what it is soon.Glad you are enjoying the blog.
I don't know what it is but you got a good shot of it!
Thanks Linda...it was an incredibly rushed few shots as the batteries in the camera were dying so I was surprised any of them were decent!!
keep it clean...keep it relevant...I look forward to reading your comments!!