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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

Campbell, D.C., P.D. Johnson, J.D. Williams, A.K. Rindsberg, J.M. Serb & C. Lydeard. 2008. Identification of ‘extinct’ freshwater mussel species using DNA barcoding. Molecular Ecology Research 8: 711-724.
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Species Described
Pleurobema beadlianum ‘Lea’ of Authors.
‘Lea’ Of Authors.
Campbell et al., 2008, Molec. Ecol. Res.: 718.
Campbell & Lydeard, 2012, Amer. Malac. Bull.: 29.
Perkins et al., 2017, Conserv. Genet.: 752.
(error for Unio beadleianus Lea, 1861)
= Pleurobema beadleianum
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Cyrtonaias tampicoensis (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Elliptio arca (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Elliptio arctata (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Elliptio crassidens (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Elliptio dilatata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Fusconaia cerina (Conrad, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Fusconaia flava (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Hemistena lata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Plectomerus dombeyanus (Valenciennes, 1827). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Plethobasus cyphyus (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema athearni Gangloff et al., 2006. — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema beadlianum [sic] (Lea, 1861). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema chattanoogaense (Lea, 1858). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema clava (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema collina (Conrad, 1837). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema cordatum (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema decisum (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema furvum (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema georgianum (Lea, 1841). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema gibberum (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema hanleyianum (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema oviforme (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema perovatum (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema pyriforme (Lea, 1857). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema rubellum (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema rubrum (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema sintoxia (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema stabile (Lea, 1861). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema strodeanum (Wright, 1898). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema taitianum (Lea, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Pleurobema troschelianum (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
Uniomerus declivis (Say, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2008: 718).
 
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