CENTRAL FLORIDA CRITTER OF THE DAY: Five-banded Tiphiid wasp (Myzinum quinquecinctum)
The Tiphiid Wasps are parasites of grubs so are beneficial. The adults are drawn to flowers, but in my yard I usually find them on near-dried sedge blooms.
This is a group of males who seem to have a gang mentality. You can tell the males by the curved “pseudostinger” at the end of the abdomen. It seems that they congregate in the evening.
Shown on Florida Native Sedge