Not your average wasp, when solitary they are on the chillwave spectrum. This little one is a destroyer of pesky leaf-rolling catapillars, moths and sometimes black widows spiders. “Nice one!” screamed an old man in the distance.
Black and white colored and fairly small, around 1 inch long. Also called Mason Wasps, Carpenter Wasps, and similar to Potter Wasps and Mud Daubers.1