The wasps are about the size of a finger, they are bright green with long hairy backlegs. They feed on other insect larvae and crustaceans. They are poor fliers and are usually found around the ponds, lakes and streams that are the larval habitats. When a larger animal drinks from their pond or swims in it they attach themselves to their skin to lay their eggs.
Usually in the belly region. Humans are easiest attacked due to their soft skin. The sting is painless and the wasp quickly inserts a poison which makes the victim sleep. Then the wasp lays her eggs.
When hatched the larvae feed exclusively on the internal organs of their host. The only cure is to put your feet in water, then the larvaes find their way down from the belly region. It seems the water attracts them in a way.
Then one can pop out the larvaes using a knife. If this is not done in the early stages of infection the larvaes will tunnel their way into the hosts organs and the host will die. The larvaes will continue feeding on the rotting flesh until they will transform to pupae. After a day or so the pupae will hatch and they will fly away to find a pond or lake.