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Classification Order: Hymenoptera Family: Symphyta
Length . Length 10 to 12 mm.
Phenology June to August
Like All Cimbicid Sawflies these are e robust insects recognisable by their five segmented antennae ending in distinctive 'clubs'.This is a Club-horned Sawfly. It is a very striking creature and looks superficially like a fly, but it has 4 wings.
Adults will forage on umbellifers such as Angelica
Life Cycle The larvae live on Honeysuckle, although possibly use Snowberry as well.
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