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Bee Fly

A ‘villa’ bee bee fly stops for some nectar on a zinnia. This type of bee fly is helpful in the pollination of flowering plants and also in reducing garden pests, feeding on aphids, caterpillars, and grasshopper eggs.

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Robber fly

The Robber fly, also called the assassin fly, preys on a wide range of other insects, including ants, beetles, butterflies and moths, bees, dragonflies, flies, grasshoppers and spiders. The robber fly will perch in various locations and attack when its prey flies by and are one of the few insects that catch their prey in mid-flight.

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Jewel Fly

The Jewel fly, also known as a Long-legged fly, is beneficial to gardeners as adult flies consume spider mites, aphids, thrips and other small insects that can wreak havoc on your flowers.

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