Author, year, journal with original description
Hansson, C. 2010, ZooTaxa, 2729:58-64
Inti levis Hansson (holotype female in the Natural History Museum, London)
Head and body smooth and shiny, without reticulation; frons with upper part of interscrobal surface protruding up and over frontal suture; vertex and upper frons close to eye margin with a groove; scape and pedicel compressed and wide, and pedicel with a dorsal edge; single pair of setae on midlobe of mesoscutum and scutellum stout; notauli as deep and narrow grooves in posterior 2/3, terminating just before transscutal articulation and with a fovea in very anterior part; sidelobe of mesoscutum with margin between dorsal and lateral parts as a sharp carina; propodeum with wide median carina; forewing with basal ½ bare.
Number of species
Neotropical region: Costa Rica, Dominican Republic
Hansson, C. 2010. Inti (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) a peculiar new genus from tropical America. ZooTaxa, 2729:58-64