Black Fly Pollinating a Felicia Flower Hot
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Fly on Felicia Flower

A black Fly sips at the sweet nectar of a Felicia echinata flower, while inadvertently getting covered in fine pollen dust which will in turn be transferred to another flower - amazing the intricacies of life!

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Peter Chadwick
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As a dedicated conservationist, Peter Chadwick has 30 years strategic and operational conservation experience in terrestrial and marine protected area management. He has worked within all of the major biomes in southern Africa as well as having provided expert conservation advice at a global level. His conservation and wildlife photography is a natural extension to his conservation work where he has numerous opportunities to capture photographs that showcase the beauty and complexity of the outdoors. Peter’s photography is internationally recognized, with this work appearing globally in a wide range of print and electronic media.