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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World
(and other less consequential bivalves)

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Taxa known only as fossils are highlighted in gray. Those without representatives in fresh waters are highlighted in gold.

 

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Radiatula olivaria (Lea, 1831): species synonymy
  View specimens: 30 specimens, Red List Status: least concern

   Recent References
   = Radiatula olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Zieritz et al. (2018).
   = Parreysia olivaria (Lea, 1831). — IUCN (2010).
   = Parreysia olivaria Lea, 1831. — Bogan (2010).
   = Parreysia (Radiatula) olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007).
   = Parreysia (Radiatula) olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Graf & Cummings (2007).
   = Parreysia olivarius (Lea, 1831). — Graf & Cummings (2006).
   = cf. Radiatula olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Nesemann et al. (2003).
   = Parreysia (Radiatula) olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Subba Rao (1989).
   = Indonaia olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Haas (1969).
   + Diplasma vitrea Rafinesque, 1831. — Modell (1942).

Diplasma (Hemisolasma?) vitrea Rafinesque, 1831.
Rafinesque, 1831, Continuation: 6.
Rafinesque, 1864, [in] Binney & Tryon, reprint: 83.
  View Taxonomic History.
 
Unio olivarius Lea, 1831.
Lea, 1831, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc.: 108, pl. 16, fig. 38.
Type(s): SYNTYPES ANSP_41742, Bengal.
  View Taxonomic History.
 
Unio pumilio Küster, 1862.
‘Parreiss is sched.’ Küster, 1862, Conchyl. Cab.: 268, pl. 90, fig. 7.
  View Taxonomic History.
 
 
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