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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

Kongim, B., C. Sutcharit & S. Panha. 2015. Cytotaxonomy of unionid freshwater mussels (Unionoida, Unionidae) from northeastern Thailand with description of a new species. ZooKeys 514: 93-110.
Availably electronically? yes.

Species Described
Scabies songkramensis Kongim et al., 2015.
Kongim & Panha in Kongim et al., 2015, ZooKeys: 101, figs. 5A-B, F.
= Scabies songkramensis
 
Toxolasma lividus grans Kongim et al., 2015.
Kongim et al., 2015, ZooKeys: 103.
(error for Unio glans Lea, 1831)
= Toxolasma lividum
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Alasmidonta arcula. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Alasmidonta marginata. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Alathyria pertexta. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Anodonta anatina. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Anodonta cygnea. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Anodonta grandis. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Anodonta woodiana woodiana. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Anodontoides ferussacianus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Chamberlainia hainesiana. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Diplodon chilensis. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Elliptio complanata. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Ensidens ingallsianus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Gonidea angulata. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Hyriopsis bialatus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Hyriopsis cumingii. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Inversidens japanensis. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Lampsilis radiate [sic] luteola. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Lasmigona costata. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Margaritifera laevis. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Margaritifera margaritifera. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Mutela rostrata. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Physunio inornatus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Potamilus alatus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Pseudodon mouhotii. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Pseudodon obovalis omiensis. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Ptychobranchus fasciolaris. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Quadrula quadrula. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Scabies crispata. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Scabies songkramensis sp. n. — Kongim et al. (2015: 101).
Solenaia khwaenoiensis. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Toxolasma lividus grans [sic]. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Trapezoideus exolescens. — Kongim et al. (2015: 98).
Tritogonia verrucosa. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Unio elongatulus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Unio pictorum. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Velesunio ambiguus. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Velesunio legrandi. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Villosa iris. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
Villosa lienosa. — Kongim et al. (2015: 103).
 
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