At a 365 + 395nm UV light setup at a mixed forest edge. Not sure what is going on this year, but I'm getting so many rare insects at my lights.
This genus is in the Subfamily Rogadinae (the Mummy Wasps). These wasps are larval koinobiont endoparasitoids that (according to BugGuide):
"Attack and kill various species of leaf-feeding caterpillars; hosts include many important forest pests, such as the gypsy moth, eastern tent caterpillar, forest tent caterpillar, fall webworm, tussock moths, dagger moths, prominents, cutworms, and loopers"....
"Larvae mummify the host when they finish feeding on it and kill it, and pupate inside the mummy."