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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

Graf, D.L., H. Jones, A.J. Geneva, J.M. Pfeiffer & M.W. Klunzinger. 2015. Molecular phylogenetic analysis supports a Gondwanan origin of the Hyriidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionida) and the paraphyly of Australasian taxa. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 85: 1-9.
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Species Described

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Taxonomic Opinions
Alathyria jacksoni. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Alathyria pertexta. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Alathyria profuga. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Anodontites elongata. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Castalia ambigua. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Chambardia wahlbergi. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Cucumerunio novaehollandiae. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Diplodon demeraraensis. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Etheria elliptica. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Hyridella australis. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Hyridella depressa. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Hyridella drapeta. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Lortiella froggatti. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Margaritifera margaritifera. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Microdontia anodontaeformis. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Triplodon corrugatus. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Unio pictorum. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Velesunio ambiguus. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
Westralunio carteri. — Graf et al. (2015: 3).
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