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

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Bivalvia | Unionoida | Unionidae | Sphenonaias

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Sphenonaias taumilapana (Conrad, 1855): specimens
  View species synonymy: 2 synonyms, Red List Status: unknown

   Recent References
   = Sphenonaias taumilapana Conrad, 1855. — Bogan (2010).
   = Sphenonaias taumilapana (Conrad, 1855). — Graf & Cummings (2007).
   + Quincuncina mitchelli (Simpson in Dall, 1896). — Howells et al. (1996).
   = Nephronaias (Sphenonaias) taumilapana (Conrad, 1855). — Haas (1969).
   + Elliptio (Barynaias) tamaulipasensis (Conrad, 1855) [sic]. — Frierson (1927).
   ? cf. Unio taumilapanus Conrad, 1855. — Simpson (1914).
   + Unio tamaulipasensis Conrad (emend.). — Fischer & Crosse (1894).

map of 4 localities

[no locality available - Texas]. (Charles D. Nelson Collection!)

Guadalupe River, 4 mi above N. Braunfels, Comal Co., Texas. (H.A. Pilsbry, 1903!)

Llano River (Colorado River Dr.), islands W of St. Hy. 2768 bridge, at Castell, Mason Co., Texas. (D.W. Taylor, 1972!)

San Saba River, Menardville, Menard Co., Texas. (L.S. Frierson Collection, 1916!)

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