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

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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

Lydeard, C., M. Mulvey & G.M. Davis. 1996. Molecular systematics and evolution of reproductive traits of North American freshwater unionacean mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia) as inferred from 16S rRNA gene sequences. Philos. Trans. Roy. Soc. London (B, Biol. Sci.) 351: 1593-1603.
Availably electronically? yes.

Species Described
Anodonta imbecilis Lea, 1836.
‘Say’ Of Authors.
Lea, 1836, Synopsis Fam. Naiades: 54.
Conrad, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 264.
Adams & Adams, 1857, Gen. Rec. Moll.: 502.
Say, 1858, [in] Binney, Compl. Writings T. Say: 140.
Clench & Turner, 1956, Bull. Fla. State Mus.: 187.
Murray & Leonard, 1962, Handbk. Unionid Muss. Kansas: 95.
R.I. Johnson, 1970, Bull. MCZ: 362.
Kat, 1983, Malacologia: 362.
Hoeh, 1990, Malac. Review: 63.
Lydeard et al., 1996, Philos. Trans. Roy. Soc. London (B, Biol. Sci.): 1595.
Rosenberg et al., 1997, J. Moll. Studies: 303.
Adamkewicz et al., 1997, MBE: 622.
(error for Anodonta imbecillis Say, 1829)
= Utterbackia imbecillis
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Alasmidonta triangulata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Amblema perplicata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Amblema plicata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Anodonta couperiana. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Anodontoides radiatus. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Cumberlandia monodonta. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Ellipsaria lineolata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Elliptio dilatata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Elliptoideus sloatianus. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Lampsilis siliquoidea. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Lampsilis teres. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Lasmigona costata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Leptodea fragilis. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Margaritifera falcata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Margaritifera margaritifera. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Medionidus conradicus. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Megalonaias nervosa. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Obliquaria reflexa. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Plectomerus dombeyanus. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Pleurobema pyriforme. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Potamilus purpuratus. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Ptychobranchus subtentum. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Quadrula apiculata. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Quadrula metanevra. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Quadrula quadrula. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Uniomerus obesus. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Utterbackia imbecilis [sic]. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
Villosa delumbis. — Lydeard et al. (1996: 1595).
 
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