Zombia antillarum (usually latanye zombi or latanye pikan in Haiti, guanito or guanillo in the Dominican Republic) is the sole species in the genus Zombia a palm, endemic to the island of Hispaniola. Trees have short clustered stems with persistent leaf bases and palmately compound leaves. It grows in dry hilly regions at low elevations, usually on serpentine or calcareous soils
The species is also called latanier savanne or latanier marron in Haiti; like guanito or guanillo these names are also applied to several species of Coccothrinax and Thrinax. The name latanier épineux, was used by Descourtilz in 1835.
Zombia antillarum has a distinctive appearance which makes it highly valued by horticulturalists.
The range of Zombia antillarum includes parts of northern and southern Haiti and the northwestern Dominican Republic. In northern Haiti it is found along the tributaries of the Trois Rivières between Gros-Morne and Port-de-Paix. The southern population occur along the eastern edge of the Massif de la Hotte, between Miragoâne, Fond-des-Nègres and Fond-des-Blancs. Populations in the Dominican Republic occur between Dajabón, Jarabacoa, the Sierra de Yamasá, Puerto Plata and Gaspar Hernández.