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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

Graf, D.L. & K.S. Cummings. 2007. Preliminary review of the freshwater mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionoida) of northern Africa, with an emphasis on the Nile. Journal of the Egyptian German Society of Zoology 53D: 89-119.
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Taxonomic Opinions
Anodonta cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 92).
Aspatharia chaiziana (Rang, 1835). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 96).
Aspatharia dahomeyensis (Lea, 1859). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Aspatharia divaricata (von Martens, 1897). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Aspatharia marnoi (Jickeli, 1874). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Aspatharia pfeifferiana (Bernardi, 1860). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Aspatharia subreniformis (Sowerby, 1867). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia bourguignati (Bourguignat, 1885). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 98).
Chambardia letourneuxi Servain, 1890. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 98).
Chambardia rubens (Lamarck, 1819). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia trapezia (von Martens, 1897). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia trapezia ovoidea (Mandahl-Barth, 1988). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia wahlbergi guillaini (R├ęcluz, 1850). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia wahlbergi hartmanni (von Martens, 1866). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia wahlbergi tabula (Sowerby, 1867). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia wahlbergi wahlbergi (Krauss, 1848). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Chambardia welwitschi (Morelet, 1868). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 97).
Coelatura aegyptiaca (Cailliaud, 1827). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 93).
Coelatura alluaudi (Dautzenberg, 1908). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Coelatura bakeri (H. Adams, 1866). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 93).
Coelatura cridlandi Mandahl-Barth, 1954. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Coelatura hauttecoeuri (Bourguignat, 1883). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Coelatura rothschildi (Neuville & Anthony, 1906). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Coelatura stagnorum (Dautzenberg, 1890). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 93).
Coelatura stuhlmanni (von Martens, 1897). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Etheria elliptica Lamarck, 1807. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Mutela alluaudi Germain, 1909. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 96).
Mutela bourguignati Bourguignat, 1885. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 96).
Mutela dubia dubia (Gmelin, 1791). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Mutela dubia emini von Martens, 1897. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Mutela dubia garambae Pilsbry & Bequaert, 1927. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Mutela dubia nilotica (Cailliaud, 1823). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Mutela rostrata (Rang, 1835). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Nitia acuminata (H. Adams, 1866). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Nitia chefneuxi (Neuville & Anthony, 1906). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Nitia monceti (Bourguignat, 1883). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Nitia teretiuscula (Philippi, 1847). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 94).
Potomida littoralis (Lamarck, 1801). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 93).
Potomida littoralis fellmanni (Deshayes, 1848). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 93).
Pseudunio auricularia (Spengler, 1793). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Pseudunio auricularia marocana (Pallary, 1918). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 95).
Unio abyssinicus von Martens, 1866. — Graf & Cummings (2007: 92).
Unio mancus (Lamarck, 1819). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 92).
 
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