There are four species in this genus which are Parasitoids of ants. The wasp lays eggs on the undersides of leaves near the nests of Ponerine ants. Within a few days the eggs hatch into planidial larvae that are mobile and can leap. They enter the ant colony, most likely being carried by, or riding on, the ants. Once inside, they seek out ant larvae as hosts. There the planidia attach to ant host larvae or prepupae where they feed. On completing their development they emerge, leaving the remains of the ant larva.
|Genus and species||Author and Year||Ant Host||Distribution||Notes|
|Latina bonariensis||(Gemignani, 1947)||ants||Argentina|
|Latina guriana||(Heraty, 2002)||ants||Venezuela|
|Latina rugosa||(Torréns et al., 2007)||ants||Argentina|
|Latina vianai||(Gemignani, 1947)||ants||Argentina|
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