ID: Thread waisted sand wasp
The bushkiller(Probably: Cayratia Japonica), is one of the best nectaring plant that butterflies and all winged insects love to feast upon during the initial days of monsoon. These also turn out to be a boon for naturalists like us to document the complete ecosystem, with its, varied, visitors and the beautifully camouflaged predators (not seen in this particular instance). This particular beast seemed to be one of the odd ball visitors that had decided to show up to the nectar party, which was, until then, being enjoyed by the sweat bees, flies and sand loving wasps.
Canon 100mm macro
Handheld, External flash fired
Location: Ovalekarwadi Butterfly Garden