Wasp Beetle (Clytus arietis)
Walk along any hedgerow where Hogweed dominates and you will find an assortment of little creatures, some quite striking.
The Wasp Beetle is a devotee of a wide range of hedgerow plants but when they get on a white background they really stand out with those wasp like yellow and black bands which is how it gets its name, of course. Standing out so would normally make them a prime target for predators but those wasp-like markings are enough to warn off any bird looking for a quick snack fearing a sting in the tail. In reality, this beetle is a wasp mimic and is totally harmless without a sting.
Active as adults from May through to July, they are certainly worth taking the trouble to look for.