Photo credit to the USDA
The Asian wasp (Trissolcus japonicus) has been found in the wild at a study site in Beltsville, MD, according to Cooperative Extension Ornamentals Hotline. news. The wasp is a native to areas in Asia and is possible it accidentally entered the U.S. on foliage of live plants imported to the U.S. This wasp is know to attack the eggs of the brown marmorated stink bug. The wasp is not known to harm or sting humans.
Photo credit: Elijah Talamas, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Systematic Entomology Laboratory