CENTRAL FLORIDA CRITTER OF THE DAY: Scoliid Wasp (Scolia nobilitata)
In addition to pollination duties, they are parasitoids of scarab beetle larvae found in the soil. This guy must be older, his wings are a tad beaten up.
At dusk they congregate together and sleep: https://centralfloridacritteroftheday.wordpress.com/2014/05/21/scoliid-wasp-scolia-nobilitata/
Shown on Florida Native Plant: TICKSEED (Coreopsis sp.), the state wildflower of Florida