Gyulai, Rabieh, Seraj, Ronkay & Esfandiari, 2013
The species has a wingspan of 34–35 mm. The wing pattern, external and genitalia characteristics of the species are very similar to those of A. eucratides, which has been found only in eastern Afghanistan at altitudes of 2050 to 2450 m of the Hindu Kush Mountains. Based on biological and geographical closeness, these two species are described as sisters.
- "New Anagnorisma Moth Species from Beautiful Binaloud Mountain Iran". Science Daily. 17 July 2013. Retrieved 8 August 2013.
- Esfandiari, M.; Gyulai, P.; Rabieh, M.; Seraj, A.; Ronkay, L. (2013). "Anagnorisma chamrani sp. n. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) from Iran". ZooKeys. 317: 17–25. doi:10.3897/zookeys.317.5515. PMC 3744136. PMID 23950668.
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