Phaedrotoma exigua ( Wesmael, 1835 ), Wesmael, 1835

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: 27-28

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Phaedrotoma exigua ( Wesmael, 1835 )
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Phaedrotoma exigua ( Wesmael, 1835)  

Distribution in Iran. Lorestan ( Ghahari et al. 2012 a as Opius exiguus   ), Sistan & Baluchestan ( Khajeh et al. 2014), Tehran ( Fischer 1990).

Distribution outside Iran. Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, India, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkmenistan ( Yu et al. 2012), Austria ( Fischer 1977 b, 1980 as Opius exiguus   ; Hellrigl 1997 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Belgium ( Wesmael 1835 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Czech Republic (Lozan et al. 2010; Yu et al. 2012), Egypt, Ethiopia ( Jiménez-Peydró 1983 a as Opius exiguus   ; Avinent and Jiménez 1987 as Opius exiguus   ; Fischer and Koponen 1999 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Finland, Greece, Kazakhstan, Russia, South Africa ( Fischer and Koponen 1999, 2000 b as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Estonia ( Fischer and Koponen 2009 as Opius (Phaedrotoma)   exiguus), Germany ( Belokobylskij et al. 2003 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Hungary (Papp 2006 as Opius (Phaedrotoma) exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Israel (Papp 1988-1989, 2011 - 2012 as Opius exiguus   ; Fischer and Koponen 1999 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Italy ( Fischer 1980 as Opius exiguus   ; Fischer and Koponen 1999 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Korea ( Fischer 1996 as Opius exiguus   ; Fischer and Koponen 1999 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Mongolia ( Jiménez-Peydró 1983 a as Opius exiguus   ; Avinent and Jiménez 1987 as Opius exiguus   ; Papp 2009 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012), Portugal (van Achterberg and Aguiar 2009; Yu et al. 2012), Serbia ( Yu et al. 2012; Žikić et al. 2013 b), Spain ( Jiménez-Peydró 1983 a as Opius exiguus   ; Avinent and Jiménez 1987 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012; Jiménez- Peydró and Peris-Felipo 2014), Turkey ( Beyarslan and Inanç 1992; Çikman and Uygun 2003 as Opius exiguus   ; Çikman et al. 2006 as Opius exiguus   ; Fischer and Beyarslan 2005 b, 2012; Beyarslan and Fischer 2011, 2013 all as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012; Beyarslan 2015 as Phaedrotoma exiguus   ), UK ( Broad et al. 2012; Yu et al. 2012), Uzbekistan ( Avinent and Jiménez 1987 as Opius exiguus   ; Yu et al. 2012).

Host records. Agromyza   spp., Liriomyza   spp., Phytomyza   spp. ( Avinent and Jiménez 1987). In Turkey, it is reported from Chromatomyia horticola Goureau, 1851   , Lriomyza trifolii (Burgess, 1880)   ( Diptera   : Agromyzidae   ) ( Çikman and Uygun 2003). Fischer ( 1996 a, b) reported Liriomyza congesta (Becker, 1903)   , L. flaveola (Fallen, 1823)   , L. strigata (Meigen, 1830)   , Phytomyza glechomae Kaltenbach, 1862   ( Diptera   : Agromyzidae   ), Scaptomyza graminum Fallen, 1823   ( Diptera   : Drosophilidae   ). Žikić et al. (2013 b) reported the following host records. Agromyza nana Meigen, 1830   , A. rondensis Strobl, 1900   , Calycomyza solidaginis (Kaltenbach, 1869)   , Chromatomyia horticola (Goureau, 1851)   , Ch. scabiosae (Hendel, 1835)   , Ch. succisae (Hering, 1922)   , Ch. syngenesiae Hardy, 1849   , Liriomyza centaureae Hering, 1927   , L. congesta (Becker, 1903)   , L. flaveola (Fallen, 1823)   , L. sonchi Hendel, 1931   , L. strigata Meigen, 1830   , Phytomyza alpina Groschke, 1957   , Ph. crassiseta Zetterstedt, 1860   , Ph. gentianae Hendel, 1920   , Ph. glechomae Kaltenbach, 1862   , Ph. griffithsi Spencer, 1963   , Ph. plantaginis Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851   , Ph. pullula Zettersdet, 1848   , Scaptomyza graminum Fallen, 1823   ( Diptera   : Agromyzidae   ).