Macrosiagon limbata (Female)
The males of this species have incredible antennae:
Fun fact: Females lay eggs on flowers frequented by bees. The first instar larva climbs on a bee and hitchhikes to the bee's nest where it behaves as a parasitoid! The following instars feed on the bee larvae, pollen, and nectar stored in the nest.
Habitat: Rural garden
''Macrosiagon limbata'' is a species of wedge-shaped beetle in the family Ripiphoridae. It is found in Central America, North America, and South America.