Anthoboscinae have females winged and with coiled antennae. Their fore wing venation resembles those of Scoliidae with the venation not reaching the wing apex. The males are more slender with fore wing venation typical of other male tiphiids. Comprised of only two Australian genera.
Pending ID – Anthoboscinae
#1. Early February 2023
Identification thanks to Kerri-Lee Harris