Fly – Bee? Eristalis Tenax
This type of fly belongs to the family of beetles. In appearance, they are similar to an ordinary bee. The average length is 1.5 cm. The abdomen is dark brown in color, covered with plumage of small hairs, on the side there are large red spots with a yellowish tinge.
In the middle of the face of the Eristalis Tenax is a wide, well-developed, shiny black strip. On it’s eyes there are two vertically arranged strips with a thick hairline. The hind limbs in the shin area are also covered with hairs. The hips of the insect are almost black.
The activity of this insect is manifested from July to October. Ilnites feed on nectar of various flowering plants. Larvae can be a source of dangerous intestinal disease found in some countries in Europe, Africa, Australia, Chile, Argentina, India, Iran and Brazil. The disease occurs as a result of the ingestion of fly eggs in the intestines of humans along with food. There, the larva hatches and begins to develop, causing enteritis.
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