Common Names: Euodynerus foraminatus, mason wasp, potter wasp
A black and yellow wasp.
Nests in borings in wood, hollow twigs, and other suitable cavities. Uses mud or firmly agglutinated sand for cell partitions and closing plugs.
Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Potter wasps are capable of delivering a painful sting, however they are not generally aggressive.