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

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Publication Information

Ramakrishna & A. Dey. 2007. Handbook on Indian Freshwater Molluscs: 399 pp.

Species Described
Unio exolesceus Ramakrishna & Dey, 2007.
‘Gould’ Ramakrishna & Dey, 2007, Handb. Indian Freshw. Moll.: 328.
(error for Unio exolescens Gould, 1843)
= Trapezidens exolescens
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Arcidopsis footei (Theobald, 1876). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 275).
Lamellidens consobrinus (Lea, 1859). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 281).
Lamellidens generosus (Gould, 1847). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 284).
Lamellidens jenkinsianus (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 285).
Lamellidens jenkinsianus sub sp. daccaensis (Preston, 1912). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 286).
Lamellidens jenkinsianus sub sp.obesa (Hanley & Theobald, 1877). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 287).
Lamellidens marginalis (Lamarck, 1819). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 288).
Lamellidens narainporensis Preston. — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 283).
Lamellidens phenchooganjensis Preston, 1912. — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 289).
Parreysia (Radiatula) andersoniana (Nevill, 1877). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 314).
Parreysia (Radiatula) bonneaudi (Eydoux, 1838). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 315).
Parreysia (Radiatula) caerulea (Lea, 1831). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 316).
Parreysia (Radiatula) caerulea var. gaudichaudi (Eydoux, 1838). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 317).
Parreysia (Radiatula) cylindrica Annandale & Prashad, 1919. — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 318).
Parreysia (Radiatula) involuta (Benson, 1856). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 319).
Parreysia (Radiatula) khadakvaslaensis (Ray, 1966). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 320).
Parreysia (Radiatula) lima (Simpson, 1900). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 321).
Parreysia (Radiatula) nuttalliana (Lea, 1856). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 322).
Parreysia (Radiatula) occata (Lea, 1860). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 323).
Parreysia (Radiatula) olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 324).
Parreysia (Radiatula) pachysoma (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 325).
Parreysia (Radiatula) shurtleffiana (Lea, 1856). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 326).
Parreysia (Radiatula) theobaldi (Preston, 1912). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 327).
Parreysia (s.s.) annandalei Preston, 1912. — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 292).
Parreysia (s.s.) burmanus (Blanford, 1869). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 293).
Parreysia (s.s.) corbis (Benson, 1856). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 295).
Parreysia (s.s.) corrugata (Mueller, 1774). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 296).
Parreysia (s.s.) corrugata sub sp. laevirostris (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 297).
Parreysia (s.s.) corrugata subsp. nagpoorensis (Lea, 1859). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 298).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 299).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens plagiosoma (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 305).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens subsp. deltae (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 303).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens subsp. viridula (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 306).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens var. assamensis Preston, 1912. — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 300).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens var. chrysis (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 301).
Parreysia (s.s.) favidens var. marcens (Benson). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 304).
Parreysia (s.s.) gowhattensis (Theobald, 1873). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 307).
Parreysia (s.s.) rajahensis (Lea, 1841). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 308).
Parreysia (s.s.) sikkimensis (Lea, 1859). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 309).
Parreysia (s.s.) smaragdites (Benson, 1862). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 310).
Parreysia (s.s.) triembolus (Benson, 1855). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 311).
Physunio (Velunio) velaris (Sowerby, 1868). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 276).
Pseudomulleria dalyi E.A. Smith, 1898. — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 330).
Scabies crispata (Gould, 1843). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 277).
Solenaia soleniformis (Benson, 1836). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 279).
Trapezoideus exolescens exolescens (Gould, 1843). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 328).
 
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