Suborder: Symphyta
Superfamily: Tenthredinoidea

The Cimbicidae are a small family of large-bodied, often hairy sawflies, with only 130 species in 6 genera worldwide. Larvae are solitary herbivores.
The family is distinctive in having antennae with a prominent apical club or knob. The adults of some species can exceed 3 cm in length, and are among the heaviest of all Hymenoptera.