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9 August
2018

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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

Hoeh, W.R., A.E. Bogan, W.H. Heard & E.G. Chapman. 2009. Palaeoheterodont phylogeny, character evolution, diversity and phylogenetic classification: a reflection on methods of analysis. Malacologia 51(2): 307-317.
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Taxonomic Opinions
Acostaea rivolii. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Actinonaias carinata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Alasmidonta marginata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Amblema plicata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Anodontites guanarensis. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Anodontites trigonus. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Aspatharia rugifera. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Cafferia caffra. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Chambardia wahlbergi. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Coelatura aegyptiaca. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Cumberlandia monodonta. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Diplodon chilensis. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Diplodon deceptus. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Elliptio dilatata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Epioblasma triquetra. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Etheria elliptica. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Fusconaia flava. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Gonidea angulata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Hyridella australis. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Hyridella depressa. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Hyridella menziesi. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Lampsilis cardium. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Lasmigona compressa. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Ligumia recta. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Lortiella rugata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Margaritifera margaritifera. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Monocondylea [sic] minuana. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Mutela dubius. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Mutela rostrata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Obliquaria reflexa. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Pilsbryoconcha exilis. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Pleurobema coccineum. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Pseudodon vondembuschianus. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Pseudomulleria dalyi. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Ptychobranchus fasciolaris. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Pyganodon grandis. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Quadrula quadrula. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Strophitus undulatus. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Tritogonia verrucosa. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Truncilla truncata. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Uniandra contradens. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Unio pictorum. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Velesunio ambiguus. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Velesunio angasi. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
Villosa iris. — Hoeh et al. (2009: 310).
 
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