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Native Flower wasp. Female.are wingless, and hunt ground-dwelling beetle larvae. The prey is paralysed with the female's sting and an egg is lain upon it so the wasp larva has a ready supply of food. The males of species are much larger than the females and have wings, the adults mating in the air, with the female carried by the male's genitalia
vegetable garden (corn).
Females are flightless.