Corn Tassel Fly on Paper

Shield Bug
Goldenrod Soldier Beetle
Corn tassel fly

These insects are beneficial to humans because they eat corn pollen and thus pollinate corn. Some varieties are predators of aphids, which damage corn. They are not wasps (although they resemble them, superficially), but they have only two wings, not four. This exemplar of the species landed on a piece of white paper while the sun was setting, casting an interesting shadow.

Category: Insects & Spiders
Tag(s): Inniswood Exhibit 2023
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Print Details

Material: Aluminum

Size: 16x18

Price: $250.00


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