Anisops Spinola, 1837

Ghahari, Hassan, Moulet, Pierre, Ostovan, Hadi & Linnavuori, Rauno E., 2013, An annotated catalog of the Iranian Dipsocoromorpha, Enicocephalomorpha, Gerromorpha, Leptopodomorpha and Nepomorpha (Hemiptera: Heteroptera), Zootaxa 3641 (4), pp. 301-342: 329-330

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Anisops Spinola, 1837
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Genus Anisops Spinola, 1837 

Anisops crinitus Brooks, 1951 

Anisops crinita Brooks, 1951: 443  (as new species).

Distribution in Iran. Khuzestan (Linnavuori 2009), Iran (no locality cited) Polhemus 1995). General distribution. Middle Asia ( Iran, Iraq), Saudi Arabia, Indian subcontinent; in Europe recorded in Corfu Island ( Greece) (Polhemus 1995).

Comments. In biotopes with Phragmites  sp. ( Poaceae  ), and Scirpus  sp. ( Cyperaceae  ) (Linnavuori 2009).

Anisops debilis perplexus Poisson, 1929 

Anisops perplexa Poisson, 1929: 87  (as new species); Anisops persica Kaiser, 1940: 140  ; Anisops coutieri Brooks, 1951: 346  .

Distribution in Iran. Bushehr (Kaiser 1940), Fars (Ostovan & Arefnia 2011), Hormozgan (Kiritshenko 1966) General distribution. Spain, Potugal, North Africa, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Djibouti, Senegal (incl. Cape Verde Islands) (Polhemus 1995).

Anisops sardeus sardeus Herrich-Schaeffer, 1849 

Notonecta alba Forskål, 1775  : xxiii (nomen oblitum); Anisops niveus Spinola, 1837: 58  non Fabricius, 1775; Anisops sardeus Herrich-Schaeffer, 1849: 41  (as new species); Anisops productus Fieber, 1851: 60  ; Anisops natalensis Stål, 1855: 89  .

Distribution in Iran. Guilan (Cox & Cox 1995; Linnavuori & Hosseini 2000), Hormozgan (Linnavuori 2004), Khuzestan (Linnavuori 2009), Markazi (Vafaei 2005); Iran (no locality cited) (Kment & Beran 2011).

General distribution. Mediterranean basin, Near East, Central Asia, Indian subcontinent, Tropical Africa (Polhemus 1995; Fent et al. 2011; Linnavuori et al. 2011).