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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

Williams, J.D., R.S. Butler & J.M. Wisniewski. 2011. Annotated synonymy of the Recent freshwater mussel taxa of the families Margaritiferidae and Unionidae described from Florida and drainages contiguous with Alabama and Georgia. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 51(1): 1-84.
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Taxonomic Opinions
Alasmidonta triangulata (Lea, 1858). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Alasmidonta wrightianus (Walker, 1901). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Amblema neislerii (Lea, 1858). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Amblema plicata (Say, 1817). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Anodonta couperiana Lea, 1840. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Anodonta hartfieldorum Williams, Bogan & Garner, 2009. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Anodonta heardi Gordon & Hoeh, 1995. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Anodonta suborbiculata Say, 1831. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Anodontoides radiatus (Conrad, 1834). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio ahenea (Lea, 1843). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio arctata (Conrad, 1834). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio chipolaensis (Walker, 1905). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio crassidens (Lamarck, 1819). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio fraterna (Lea, 1852). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio fumata (Lea, 1857). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio jayensis (Lea, 1838). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio mcmichaeli Clench & Turner, 1956. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio monroensis (Lea, 1843). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio nigella (Lea, 1852). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio occulta (Lea, 1843). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio pullata (Lea, 1856). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptio purpurella (Lea, 1857). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Elliptoideus sloatianus (Lea, 1840). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Fusconaia apalachicola Williams & Fradkin, 1999. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Fusconaia burkei (Walker, 1922). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Fusconaia escambia Clench & Turner, 1956. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Fusconaia rotulatus (B.H. Wright, 1899). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Glebula rotundata (Lamarck, 1819). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Hamiota australis (Simpson, 1900). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Hamiota subangulata (Lea, 1840). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Lampsilis binominata Simpson, 1900. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Lampsilis floridensis (Lea, 1852). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Lampsilis ornata (Conrad, 1835). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Lampsilis straminea (Conrad, 1838). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Lasmigona subviridis (Conrad, 1835). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Margaritifera marrianae Johnson, 1983. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Medionidus acutissimus (Lea, 1831). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Medionidus penicillatus (Lea, 1857). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Medionidus simpsonianus Walker, 1905. — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Medionidus walkeri (B.H. Wright, 1897). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Megalonaias nervosa (Rafinesque, 1820). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Obovaria choctawensis (Athearn, 1964). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Obovaria haddletoni (Athearn, 1964). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Plectomerus dombeyanus (Valenciennes, 1827). — Williams et al. (2011: 6).
Pleurobema pyriforme (Lea, 1857). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Pleurobema strodeanum (B.H. Wright, 1898). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Ptychobranchus jonesi (van der Schalie, 1934). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Pyganodon cataracta (Say, 1817). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Pyganodon grandis (Say, 1829). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Quadrula infucata (Conrad, 1834). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Quadrula kleiniana (Lea, 1852). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Quadrula succissa (Lea, 1852). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Toxolasma parvum (Barnes, 1823). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Toxolasma paulum (Lea, 1840). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Uniomerus carolinianus (Bosc, 1801). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Uniomerus columbensis (Lea, 1857). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Uniomerus tetralasmus (Say, 1831). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Utterbackia imbecillis (Say, 1829). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Utterbackia peggyae (Johnson, 1965). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Utterbackia peninsularis Bogan & Hoeh, 1995. — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Villosa amygdalum (Lea, 1843). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Villosa lienosa (Conrad, 1834). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Villosa vibex (Conrad, 1834). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
Villosa villosa (B.H. Wright, 1898). — Williams et al. (2011: 7).
 
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