Discussion in 'Nature' started by roundball, Aug 29, 2014.
Canon FDn 200/4.0 Macro, NEX-7, AP Mode, Spot Metering, Daylight, ISO100, 1/40, F11
Those don't look like any bees I know though.
Wondered the same thing when I first saw them...a half dozen were working those strange Red flowers...but in the end, had to call them something and they "looked" sort of like bees, and that's what I went with...if anyone "knows" what they are by all means toss it out...won't hurt my feelings
The Internet is simply fantastic.
Not only was I able to chase down the bug via Google Images, but they're pictured on the same exact red flower, LOL.
They are called: Goldenrod Soldier Beetles
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