Woodwasp: They're sometimes called 'Giant Horntails' for obvious reasons. The female Great Wood Wasp has a long pointed tube at the back of her body, and this is usually mistaken for a stinging organ. In fact it's an ovipositor, which she uses to lay her eggs in the trunks of coniferous trees. Despite their slightly fearsome appearance, these insects are quite harmless.
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