There are a number of species of Fleabanes. They all have numerous rays of various colors surrounding a flat yellow disc. They are either annual, biennial or perennial, and they can be in flower from late spring to fall.
“I must have flowers, always, and always.”― Claude Monet
Can you see the little visitor sitting on the flower?
Yes , may i know the visitor name ?
It could be alderfly but I’m not sure!
This is an excellent photo, lovely
Thank you, Pamela! I always try to do my best to take good photos!
Yeah, I do see the the tiny insect.
I didn’t see it when I took the picture.?
Yes, I saw a little insect there. What a nice photo! You can even capture the little visitor. 🙂
I could have take a picture of it if I saw him before he flew!
Sometimes we only see what was clicked after it is downloaded as perhaps in this case
That’s exactly what happened. It is a small insect and I did not see it when I took the picture
Great shot. I always like close-ups of flowers with some unexpected additions like insects.
Thank you, Sandra! I love flowers too and I like to photograph them.
It looks like a daisy with that bee.
The flower is part of the daisy family, The little insect is a fly not a bee.
Great close-up photography! I can see the little visitor. It has long wings.
You have good eyes! I didn’t see it.
Yes I saw the little critter right off. I have these fleabanes and they are so tiny, I leave them in my garden.
They are indeed very small and are among the last flowers that bloom in autumn.