Xylobosca canina

There is  strong sexual dimorphism observed in this genus; males are much shorter, and the apex of elytra is differently shaped, with long spines.

Xylobosca
canina female 5mm
this may have been described as  Xylobosca leai.  Males and females were described separately.
Late July 2016
Hobart/nipaluna
This must have emerged from a blackwood branch.
Identification and preliminary information thanks to Boris Büche
Photos KE
                     

Varied females on dead branches
Photos KE

       
Xylobosca canina male
Early August 2016
Hobart
Emerging from Blackwood timber
Photos KE