Nothrus anauniensis Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876,

Akrami, Mohammad Ali, 2015, An annotated checklist of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of Iran, Zootaxa 3963 (4), pp. 451-501: 464

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Nothrus anauniensis Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876
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Nothrus anauniensis Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876 

Iran localities. Tabriz ( Fathipour 1994). Many places in Hamadan province ( Khanjani 1996). Abarkouh (Akrami et al. 2000). Tabriz ( Haddad Irani-Nejad 2003). Nowshahr; Noor; Sari (Akrami 2006). Jahrom ( Khademi & Saboori 2006). Darab ( Mohammadi Khoramabadi & Akrami 2007). Arak (Bastan et al. 2007). Firoozabad (Hajian et al. 2007). Rasht (Mortazavi et al. 2010). Soofian; Marand; Shabestar; Zenooz; Jolfa (Lotfollahi & Haddad Irani- Nejad 2010). Shabestar, Shendabad ( Mirzaie et al. 2011 b). Shiraz (Behmanesh & Akrami 2012 b; Ebrahimi & Akrami unpublished data). Marvdasht ( Amirazodi & Ostovan 2012). Estahban ( Daneshnia & Akrami 2013). Heyran and Arasbaran ( Gheblealivand et al. 2013). Zanjan (Rajabi et al. 2014).Ahvaz ( Ramezani & Mossadegh 2014).

Distribution. Cosmopolitan (except Antarctic): common in Palaearctic.

Comment. In some Iranian references, this species cited as Nothrus biciliatus C. L. Koch, 1841  , but the latter is known as sp. inq. ( Shtanchaeva & Subias 2010).