“That’s a Henders wasp. They have a brain at both ends, eat with their butts, and inject larvae through a needlelike ovipositor at the same time. Their larvae bore through flesh, seeking out the electrical signals of nerves in order to immobilize their prey with pain.” - Andy, Pandemonium
The Henders Wasp (Pentapterus tomobranchiophorus) are radial pentasymmetry fliers. On their upper body they have a wing of each of their five sides used for flight. On their lower body they have two sets of preying mantis like claws.