Eurasian bee beetle, this nearly one and a half cm large beetle is hairy and belongs to the scarab beet
Eurasian bee beetle (Trichius fasciatus). This nearly one and a half-inch beetle is hairy and belongs to the the scarab beet
The Eurasian bee beetle contributes to the pollination of flowers through its hairs. The Eurasian bee beetle feeds on the soft parts of plants, preferably white flowers, as many umbellifers are.
The larva lives off rotting wood.