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

FM(U)otW(aolcb) is the web version of the MUSSEL Project Database. Follow the links to browse the data or use the search fields. Either way, you win!

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

 

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Publication Information

Jones, R.L., W.T. Slack & P.D. Hartfield. 2005. The freshwater mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionidae) of Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 4(1): 77-92.
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Taxonomic Opinions
Actinonaias ligamentina (Lamarck). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Amblema plicata (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Anodonta suborbiculata Say. — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Anodontoides radiatus (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Arcidens confragosus (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Cyclonaias tuberculata (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Cyprogenia aberti (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Ellipsaria lineolata (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Elliptio arca (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Elliptio arctata (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Elliptio crassidens (Lamarck). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Elliptio dilatata (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Epioblasma brevidens (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Epioblasma penita (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Epioblasma triquetra (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Fusconaia barnesiana (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Fusconaia cerina (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 89).
Fusconaia ebena (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Fusconaia flava (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Glebula rotundata (Lamarck). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis altilis (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis cardium (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis fasciola Rafinesque. — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis hydiana (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis ornata (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis ovata (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis perovalis (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis satura (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis siliquoidea (Barnes). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis straminea claibornensis (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis straminea straminea (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lampsilis teres (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lasmigona complanata alabamensis Clarke. — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lasmigona complanata complanata (Barnes). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lasmigona costata (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Leptodea fragilis (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Lexingtonia dolabelloides (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Ligumia recta (Lamarck). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Ligumia subrostrata (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Medionidus acutissimus (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Megalonaias nervosa (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Obliquaria reflexa Rafinesque. — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Obovaria jacksoniana (Frierson). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Obovaria subrotunda (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Obovaria unicolor (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 90).
Plectomerus dombeyanus (Valenciennes). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Plethobasus cyphyus (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema beadleianum (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema curtum (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema decisus (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema marshalli Frierson. — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema oviforme (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema perovatum (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema rubrum (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pleurobema taitianum (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Potamilus alatus (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Potamilus capax (Green). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Potamilus inflatus (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Potamilus ohiensis (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Potamilus purpuratus (Lamarck). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Ptychobranchus fasciolaris (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Pyganodon grandis (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula apiculata (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula asperata (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula cylindrica (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula metanevra (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula nobilis (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula nodulata (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula pustulosa (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula quadrula (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula refulgens (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula rumphiana (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Quadrula stapes (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 91).
Strophitus connasaugaensis (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Strophitus subvexus (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Strophitus undulatus (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Toxolasma parvus (Barnes). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Toxolasma texasiensis (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Tritogonia verrucosa (Rafinesque). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Truncilla donaciformis (I. Lea). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Truncilla truncata Rafinesque. — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Uniomerus caroliniana (Bosc). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Uniomerus declivis (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Uniomerus tetralasmus (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Utterbackia imbecillis (Say). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Villosa lienosa (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
Villosa vibex (Conrad). — Jones et al. (2005: 92).
 
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