other suspected Sawflies

Sawfly are included with Wasps rather than Flies since they are of the "Hymenoptera" order (Bees, Wasps and Ants) with four wings.
They are stockier than most wasps, with little waist between thorax and abdomen and have caterpillar-like larvae. Females have a serrated "saw-like" ovipositor to cut plants/leaves.

Green Sawfly
Green Sawfly
Green Sawfly
This insect, attracted to light at night, is suspected to be the Green Sawfly Rhogogaster viridis
Green Sawfly Or this sawfly may be the Green Sawfly, Rhogogaster viridis, or may be the Green-legged Sawfly, Tenthredo mesomelas
Sawfly Also thought to be a sawfly
Sawfly And another
Sawfly?
Sawfly?
Sawfly?
Don't know what this squat, four-winged fly with thick waist and waspish antennae is, but it may well be a Sawfly
Sawfly? four wings
Sawfly?
The four wings
Sawfly? underside
The underside