First Posted: 6/10/2011 6:34:46 PM | Last Updated: 6/10/2011 8:48:39 PM
This beetle was recently seen in a garden in the Cradle Hill area of Seaford, a photograph was sent to The One Show to see if they could identify it.
They did that and showed on the programme in their garden wildlife section. They identified it "And we can reveal to you that it is (drum roll) a Cetonia aurata - the Rose Chafer".
Rose chafers are capable of very fast flight; they do it with their wing cases down thus resembling a bumble bee. They feed on flowers, nectar and pollen, in particular roses (from where they get their name); which is where they can be found on warm sunny days, between May and June/July, occasionally to September.
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