Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
Notes: Netelia species have quite a different wing venation. Ophioninae have an elongated discosubmarginal cell in the fore wing, as this has. Several species of Enicospilus have some isolated sclerites in the fore wing. This specimen has two sclerites and a black tip to the abdomen, which makes it Enicospilus ramidulus, a common endoparasitoid of noctuid moth larvae.