You can see what I mean by looking at this Grapevine Looper, Eulithis diversilineata. Not all of the insect remained in perfect focus, but I've stated before, I'm not here to impress people with my technique, it still leaves something to be desired as they say. My purpose is to educate and interpret the natural world, so enjoy without being too critical.
This is a Fishfly, Chauliodes pectinicornis. They are members of the order Neuroptera, or nerve-wing insects. Aquatic entomologists put these in their own order, the Megaloptera, but us terrestrial folks keep them in Neuroptera. The other genus of fishflies is Neohermes, but they have beaded antennae, not thin and feathery like these. Fishflies are often called Dobsonflies by mistake, but they are closely related.
Setting up a light and sheet brings in plenty of insects. Wherever there is an insect gathering, you can bet the parasitic wasps will be there. There are many families of parasitics, but the two largest are the Braconids and Ichneumons. These two families comprise at least 5,000 species in North America, so getting them to species level is not easy.