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

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Publication Information

Gordon, M.E., L.R. Kraemer & A.V. Brown. 1979. Unionacea of Arkansas: Historical review, checklist, and observations on distributional patterns. Bulletin of the American Malacological Union, Inc. (1979): 31-37.

Species Described
Unio texasensis Lea, 1860.
‘Lea’ Of Authors.
Lea, 1860, Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 359.
Lea, 1870, Synopsis Fam. Naiades: 59.
Simpson, 1900, Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus.: 563.
Ortmann, 1915, Nautilus: 141.
Utterback, 1916, Amer. Midl. Nat.: 398.
Gordon et al., 1979, Bull. AMU: 35, Table 3.
Cummings & Mayer, 1992, Freshw. Mussels Midwest: 134.
Vidrine, 1993, Histr. Distr. Freshw. Mussels LA: 169.
Bogan, 2010, FADA: [web].
McMurray et al., 2012, Mo. Freshw. Mussels: 57 [as ‘Toxolasma texasense’].
ITIS, 2012, ITIS: [web].
Haag, 2012, N. Amer. Freshw. Mussels: 70 [as ‘Toxolasma texasensis’].
(error for Unio texasiensis Lea, 1857)
= Toxolasma texasiense
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Actinonaias carinata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Actinonaias carinata gibba. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Actinonaias ellipsiformis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Alasmidonta calceolus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Alasmidonta marginata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Amblema plicata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Anodonta grandis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Anodonta grandis corpulenta. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Anodonta imbecillis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Anodonta suborbiculata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Anodontoides ferussacianus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Arcidens confragosus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Arkansia wheeleri. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Carunculina glans. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Carunculina parva. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Carunculina texasensis [sic]. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Cumberlandia monodonta. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Cyclonaias tuberculata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Cyprogenia aberti. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Dysnomia florentina. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Dysnomia triquetra. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Dysnomia turgidula. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Elliptio crassidens. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Elliptio dilatatus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Fusconaia ebena. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Fusconaia f. undata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Fusconaia flava. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Fusconaia ozarkensis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Glebula rotundata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Lampsilis anodontoides. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis higginsii. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis hydiana. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis orbiculata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis ovata ventricosa. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis radiata siliquoidea. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis rafinesqueana. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis reeveiana. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lampsilis streckeri. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Lasmigona complanata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Lasmigona costata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Leptodea fragilis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Leptodea laevissima. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Leptodea leptodon. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Ligumia recta. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Ligumia subrostrata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Megalonaias gigantea. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Obliquaria reflexa. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Obovaria olivaria. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Obovaria subrotunda. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Plagiola lineolata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Plectomerus dombeyanus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Plethobasus cyphyus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Pleurobema clava. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Pleurobema cordatum catillus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Pleurobema cordatum coccineum. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Pleurobema cordatum plenum. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Pleurobema cordatum pyramidatum. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Proptera alata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 33).
Proptera capax. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Proptera purpurata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Ptychobranchus occidentalis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Quadrula cylindrica. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Quadrula metanevra. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Quadrula nodulata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Quadrula pustulosa. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Quadrula quadrula. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Simpsoniconcha ambigua. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Strophitus undulatus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Tritogonia verrucosa. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Truncilla donaciformis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Truncilla truncata. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Uniomerus tetralasmus. — Gordon et al. (1979: 34).
Villosa arkansasensis. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Villosa iris. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
Villosa lienosa. — Gordon et al. (1979: 35).
 
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