Protapanteles immunis (Haliday, 1834)

Gadallah, Neveen S., Ghahari, Hassan & Peris-Felipo, Francisco Javier, 2015, Catalogue of the Iranian Microgastrinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), Zootaxa 4043 (1), pp. 1-69: 28

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Protapanteles immunis (Haliday, 1834)
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Protapanteles immunis (Haliday, 1834) 

Distribution in Iran. West Azarbaijan ( Ghahari et al. 2010 c).

Distribution outside Iran. Armenia, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, former Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greenland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Korea, Lithuania, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, UK, former Yugoslavia ( Yu et al. 2012).

Host records. It has been recorded as a parasitoid of Saturnia pavonia  , Orgyia antique  ( Thompson 1944; Rougeot 1971; Mason 1981; Papp 1990; Peigler 1994; Yu et al. 2012). Also, it has been found as a parasitoid of Pseudoterpna pruinata  , Agriopis marginaria  , A. leucophaearia  , Operophtera brumata, Epiritta  dilutata  , Bupalus pinarius  , Erranis defoliaria  , Eupithecia tantillaria  , Dysstroma truncata  , Cyclophora albipunctata  , C. punctaria  , Cabera pusaria  , Cidaria corylata  , Campaea margarita  , Saturnia pavonia  , Neozyphyrus quercus  , Tortrix viridana  , Hypena proboscidalis  ( Shenefelt 1972; Yu et al. 2012), In Finland it has been reared from Epirrita autumnalis  ( Ruohomäki et al. 2013; Yu et al. 2012), Agropis aurantiaria  , Autographa gamma  , Choreutis diana  , Colotois pennaria  , Cosmia trapezina  , Dichonia convergens  , Electrophaes corylata  , Ematurga atomaria  , Ennomos quercinaria  , Isturgia arenacearia  , I. limbaria  , Lycia isabellae  , Neozephyrus quercus  , Recurvaria nanella  , Ypsolopha falcella  , Zeiraphera griseana ( Yu et al. 2012)  . It has been also reported from Eupithecia vulgata  ( Tobias 1986; Yu et al. 2012), Agriopis leucophaearia  ( Shenefelt 1972; Tobias 1986; Yu et al. 2012).