Sawflies are members of the Hymenoptera along with ants, bees and wasps. Sawfly larvae feed on plants and can do significant damage.
The main difference between sawflies and the ants, bees and wasps is that the adults lack a narrow 'wasp waist' and instead have a broad connection between the abdomen and thorax. Even with this difference many do have a wasp-like appearance. The larvae are caterpillar-like.
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