The Latin name for this species means "clothed," and indeed the pronotum as well as the underparts are richly clothed in a light brown pubescence. The pronotum is black while the elytra are brown with black irregular markings. The first part of the common name refers to the species looking and sounding like a bumble bee when flying. The second part alludes to the beetle’s habit of alighting on flowers to feed.
Stillhouse Falls Hollow, Tennessee.
This little guy played dead until I attempted to pick it up, when it flew away!