Based on the creatures intiially introduced during SG-1's second season, these human form Replicators were actually created by the Ancients thousands of years before to destroy the Wraith, but something went wrong.
During season one of the show, Lt. Aiden Ford (Rainbow Francks) was the fourth member of Sheppard's expeditionary team, but infection from a Wraith attack altered his DNA and left him borderline insane.
Over the course of the next two seasons, the Atlantis crew would continue to explore the Pegasus Galaxy, battle the Wraith and even attempt to de-evolve a Wraith to his base human form.
Battles with the Replicators and the Wraith continued to plague the Expeditionary Force through the series conclusion, when the Ancient City was relocated to Earth.
Just when a race begian to develop, along came huge Wraith hive ships to cull the herd before becoming dormant until the next time they needed to feed.
The Wraith were the reason the human races spread throughout the Pegasus Galaxy remained at such a low level of technological advancement.
Known as a Runner, the Wraith used Ronan for sport until the Atlantis mission and Dr. Beckett was able to remove his tracker.
Season seven picks up with Clark's battle with the last Phantom Zone wraith, while Lex is rescued by a mysterious woman.
When his world was destroyed, Ronan was captured by the Wraith who discovered he was immune to their 'feeding.'
The castle of Edinburgh was surrendered by Gordon, and Balcarres was put in that prison where, according to legend, he was visited by the wraith of Dundee, on the night of the battle of Killiecrankie.