Author 'Gontrand62' : The large bee fly (Bombylius major) is a family-like Bombyliidae diptere has a bee. The female of the large bee fly lays its eggs the input of some wild and guepes bees nests underground galleries. After hatching, the larvae move in the nest of their breakfast to feed on their larves1.
Adult measurement of 14 to 18 mm long, stout and very hairy, (seems covered with a fur), the wingspan on the flight up to 24 mm. It has dark stains on the part earlier in the half of the wings and long hairy legs dangling in flight. These flies are good ships and this ability had led a classify them wrongly in the Syrphidae. The bee fly, totally harmless, uses his very long proboscis proeminente to feed on the nectar of many species of flowers, especially the wild primeveres and gardens. It performs stationary flights decision hummingbirds in emitting a slight vrombissem