The next part of This is November. I often find a few insects here and there. Some stay for the hello and can I take your photo, some just say g’day and off they go. These are the ones who stayed around…….
A couple of ants having a disagreement. I took this photo in the morning. The next morning, they were still there. If I touched anywhere near them, their antennae waved about furiously.
I have lots of Native Stingless Bees in my garden when there are yummy flowers about. This bloke has filled his pollen sacs from the Day Lily and is off back to the hive.
The Gardenia flowers sent their scent into the house from the garden. No wonder the bees like it.
The Crinum flower hosted many many Native Stingless Bees
I found this beetle with a yellow love heart on its side wandering about a bush full of flowers when I was walking about in town.
I love this beetle. The vine it is eating is a new vigorous introduced weed on my place.
I love the bee trying to hide from me on the Paperbark flower.
Cats Whiskers is a fabulous flower which the bees also love.
“Let’s see if there is any more pollen in here”
A Common Crow Butterfly was having a rest from the heat of the day.
I have a series of Orchard Swallowtail Butterflies. Wonderful large butterflies