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|This fly gets its name from the way it hovers in the air above flowers. This is one of the best species to have in your flower garden because the larvae feed on small insects like aphids. Hover flies look a lot like honey bees, but these flies have very small antennae, while the antennae of honey bees are fairly long.|
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