Does anyone recognize this bug on my blueberry bush?
Hi! I've only started seriously gardening this year, after a move, and the forums here have already been really helpful. So helpful that I decided to register!
I planted two dwarf blueberry bushes in containers a few days ago, and I've been watching them like a mother hen. They were the most expensive plants I've purchased so far, so that's probably partly why.
They are both brazelberries (I wanted a top hat and a dwarf "North" variety, but couldn't find them locally, and the brazelberries did sound neat even though they were more expensive).
One is the variety Peach Sorbet, and the other is Jelly Bean. I spotted this insect on the Peach Sorbet. The insect is winged, and extremely metallic (you can't get the full effect in pictures) and gold in color with stripes-- it's sparkly. It's pretty small, about the size of a fruit fly. I don't think it's spotted wing drosophila. It didn't move at all while I was looking at it and getting close to take a picture.
I googled and tried doing a reverse image search, but I'm not finding anything that looks like this guy.
Is this a known pest or problem for blueberry bushes, or just a random bug taking a break?
Thanks for your help!