Answer: It's difficult to say what the insect is without seeing it, but you can remove the affected flower and destroy it (along with the insects). Then hose the plant off well, reaching all the nooks and crannys between the stems plus the undersides and tops of the leaves, so you'll dislodge any other insects or their eggs. It's always a good idea to isolate new plants for a week or two before putting them into an area with other plants. This will give you time to inspect the plant and watch for signs of insects or ill health before accidentally introducing problems to your other plants.
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