I encountered one bunch of unknown flies congregating on some flower buds of the Sweet Basil plant. I wonder what they were doing. These flies in fact also fed on the flowers like the honey bees did.
The purplish-blue big flowers of Thunbergia laurifolia (Family: Acanthaceae) can be easily spotted among the Passiflora flowers. The flowers of this red Fountain Plant (Russelia equisetiformis Family: Scrophulariaceae ) look like firecrackers. It was an attractive sight when these flowers were in full bloom.
These unknown but beautiful flowers were very prominent in the park as well.
The following wasp species were identified by John. After a pre-dawn rain, this potter wasp (Delta campaniforme) was busy feeding on Jetropha flowers. Look at the thin middle section of its body, I wonder if it will break easily.