One of the less glamorous contributions to Roda’s Critter Connection challenge.
This is the common Yellow Dung Fly on the South African member of the Iris family Ferraria crispa. I have seen these flowers covered in houseflies too. This gives a subtle hint that sniffing the flower would not be a rewarding experience.
There are a number of Ferraria species, some of which are more attractive and sweetly scented. The last picture is Ferraria divaricata taken in habitat by me in 1999.