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

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Monocondylaea d’Orbigny, 1835: species
  View generic synonymy: 12 synonyms

*Monocondylaea corrientesensis (d’Orbigny, 1835)
7 synonyms | 62 specimens
Distribution: Uruguay and Paraná rivers, Rio São Francisco and coastal streams in southern Brazil; also in the Rio Guapore in the upper Amazon.
*Monocondylaea costulata (Moricand, 1858)
1 species-level nomen | 2 specimens
Distribution: Upper Amazon, Brazil.
*Monocondylaea franciscana (Moricand, 1837)
3 synonyms | 14 specimens
Distribution: São Francisco Basin, Brazil.
*Monocondylaea guarayana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
1 species-level nomen | 15 specimens
Distribution: Upper Amazon Basin, Bolivia and Paraguay.
*Monocondylaea jaspidea (Hupé, 1857)
1 species-level nomen | 45 specimens
Distribution: Amazon Basin, Brazil.
*Monocondylaea minuana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
3 synonyms | 79 specimens
Distribution: Rio Uruguay, upper Paraná and coastal streams in Uruguay, South America.
GenBank: nucleotides available.
*Monocondylaea paraguayana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
7 synonyms | 82 specimens
Distribution: Paraná System, Argentina to Brazil.
*Monocondylaea parchappii (d’Orbigny, 1835)
1 species-level nomen | 28 specimens
Distribution: Paraná and adjacent coastal streams in Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina.
 
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