I've decided to create a gallery specifically for pictures of insects that are known to pollinate flowering plants while they are actually in the act of visiting flowers. The gallery will include the obvious suspects...bees, wasps, butterflies, moths. I'm sure there will be other types of insects as time goes by and I personally learn more about such helpful creatures. Pictures of these same insects doing other things, or doing nothing, will still go in the 'Invertebrates' gallery for now. In cases where I was able to get several pictures of the same 'visitation', I'll try to put the one(s) that best show the insect for purposes of identification or for illustrating behavior here, while ones that are better for showing the flowers will get routed to appropriate vegetation galleries.
Because my separation of certain invertebrates into this gallery is about function, not form, as illogical as it might seem to a biologist, I'm leaving caterpillar shots in my 'Invertebrates' gallery even though nectaring adult forms, namely butterflies and moths, appear here, at least for now.
I'm not great at specific insect identifications. Any help you care to offer will be gratefully accepted by me.