Passiflora coccinea

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Photograph by Daniel Sprockett.

Photography contest, “Vegetable” category.

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Passiflora coccinea – Red Passion Flower, Red Grandilla, being visited by an unidentified flying invertebrate. Campanario Biological Station on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.

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It’s being visited by a U.F.I.?

Wheels said:

It’s being visited by a U.F.I.?

Indeed. What’s more, the U.F.I. will mess with the poor earthling’s* sexual organs before departing.

(*Not to imply that the U.F.I. isn’t from earth, I just thought “earthling” was more evocative than “plant.”)

oh man, I would have written a more compelling description had I known they were going to be thrown up here with the photograph. This was taken at Campanario Biological Station on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.

I would have written .…

Done!

That’s no UFI, that’s Bill Donohue.

Invertebrate OVNI a trigonid (stingless) bee.

Trigonid bee, maybe it’s Trigona fulviventris, the most common Trigona in Costa Rica

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