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Lovely photo, but it won't sting you. Its a parasite that lays eggs in other insects.
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)
Actually, they can sting! The ovipositor lays eggs and injects venom in to the host and is also used in defence. The sting is like that of vespid wasps but doesn't last more than a few seconds. I've been stung plenty of times...
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