ID: some form of a bee(id Help appreciated)
One of the busiest member amongst the insect world, these beauties had a blast of a time with the massive bloom of the yellow trumpet flowers. A group of these tiny bees hopped from one flower to the other, while collecting the precious nectar, and getting covered with the pollen of the flower, one of the best example of the pollination cycle. These spent close around 15-30 seconds in each flower, probably depending on the freshness of the flower, and then moved on to check for the next fruitful flower.
Canon 100mm macro
Handheld, External flash fired
Location: Maharahtra Nature Park