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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

Szumowski, S.C., S.L. Boyer, D.J. Hornbach & M.C. Hove. 2012. Genetic diversity of two common freshwater mussel species, Lampsilis cardium and Quadrula pustulosa (Bivalvia: Unionidae), in a large federally protected waterway (St. Croix River, Minnesota/Wisconsin, U.S.A.). American Malacological Bulletin 30(1): 59-72.
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Taxonomic Opinions
Actinonaias ligamentina (Lamarck, 1819). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Amblema plicata (Say, 1817). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Ellipsaria lineolata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Epioblasma triquetra (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Fusconaia succissa (I. Lea, 1852). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Lampsilis altilis (Conrad, 1834). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Lampsilis cardium Rafinesque, 1820. — Szumowski et al. (2012: 60).
Lampsilis higginsii (I. Lea, 1857). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 60).
Lampsilis ornata (Conrad, 1835). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Lampsilis ovata (Say, 1817). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Lampsilis siliquoidea (Barnes, 1823). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Lampsilis teres (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Ligumia recta (Lamarck, 1819). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Megalonaias nervosa (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Obliquaria reflexa Rafinesque, 1820. — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Potamilus alatus (Say, 1817). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula apiculata (Say, 1829). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula asperata (I. Lea, 1861). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula aurea (I. Lea, 1859). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 63).
Quadrula cylindrica cylindrica (Say, 1817). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula cylindrica strigillata. — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula intermedia (Conrad, 1836). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula kieneriana Lea, 1852. — Szumowski et al. (2012: 71).
Quadrula metanevra (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula nobilis (Conrad, 1854). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula nodulata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula petrina (Gould, 1855). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula pustulosa (I. Lea, 1831). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 60).
Quadrula pustulosa mortoni (Conrad, 1835). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula quadrula (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula refulgens (I. Lea, 1868). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula rumphiana (I. Lea, 1852). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quadrula sparsa (I. Lea, 1841). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Quincuncina infucata (Conrad, 1834). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Tritogonia verrucosa (Rafinesque, 1820). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Truncilla truncata Rafinesque, 1820. — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
Villosa iris (I. Lea, 1829). — Szumowski et al. (2012: 72).
 
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