Phaedrotoma nitidulator ( Nees, 1834 ), Nees, 1834

Gadallah, Neveen S., Ghahari, Hassan, Peris-Felipo, Francisco Javier & Fischer, Maximilian, 2016, Updated checklist of Iranian Opiinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), Zootaxa 4066 (1), pp. 1-40: 28

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4066.1.1

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scientific name

Phaedrotoma nitidulator ( Nees, 1834 )
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Phaedrotoma nitidulator ( Nees, 1834)  

Material examined. 3 ♀, Ardabil province, Germi, 39 °00′N 47 ° 57 ′E, September 2009 (new record).

Distribution outside Iran. Austria ( Nees 1834 as Opius vittatus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Spain ( Yu et al. 2012), Germany ( Belokobylskij et al. 2003 as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Canada ( Fischer 1964, 1984 as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012; Sharanowski et al. 2014), England ( Marshall 1899; Broad et al. 2012 as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Hungary (Papp 2006 as Apodesmia nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Libya ( Papp 1979 a as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Russia, USA ( Fischer 1963 as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Sweden ( Thomson 1895 as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Tunisia ( Papp 1979 a as Opius nitidulator   ; Fischer 1984 as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012), Turkey ( Fischer and Beyarslan 2005 a as Opius nitidulator   ; Yu et al. 2012; Beyarslan and Fischer 2013 as Opius nitidulator   ; Beyarslan 2015 as Opius (Apodesmia) nitidulator   ).

Host records. Calliphora vomitoria   (L., 1758), Lucilia caesar   (L., 1758) ( Diptera   : Calliphoridae   ), Musca domestica   L., 1758 ( Diptera   : Muscidae   ), Pegomya atriplicis (Goureau, 1851)   , P. betae (Curtis, 1847)   , P. conf ormis (Fallen, 1825)   , P. hyoscyami (Panzer, 1809)   , P. m i xt a Villeneuve, 1922, P. solennis (Meigen, 1826)   ( Diptera   : Anthomyiidae   ) ( Yu et al. 2012).