Neolirata

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There are three species in this genus which are Parasitoids of ants.

List of Neolirata and their Host Ants
Genus and species Author and Year Ant Host Distribution Notes
Neolirata alta (Walker, 1862) ants Argentina
Neolirata daguerrei (Gemignani, 1937) ants Argentina
Neolirata furcula Torréns & Heraty, 2012 ants Brazil

REFERENCES

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