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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

Wu, R.-W., C.-T. An, X.-P. Wu, C.-H. Zhou & S. Ouyang. 2016. Complete maternal mitochondrial genome of freshwater mussel Aculamprotula tientsinensis (Bivalvia: Unionidae: Unioninae). Mitochondrial DNA early online: 1-2.
Availably electronically? yes.

Species Described
Lampsilis ornate Xue et al., 2015.
Xue et al., 2015, mtDNA: [2].
Chong et al., 2016, Ecol. & Evol.: Table S2.
Wu et al., 2016, mtDNA: [2].
Zhou et al., 2017, Conserv. Genet. Resour.: 235.
(error for Unio ornatus Conrad, 1835)
= Lampsilis ornata
Taxonomic Opinions
Aculamprotula coreana. — Wu et al. (2016).
Aculamprotula tientsinensis. — Wu et al. (2016).
Aculamprotula tortuosa. — Wu et al. (2016).
Anodonta anatine [sic]. — Wu et al. (2016).
Anodonta arcaeformis. — Wu et al. (2016).
Anodonta lucida. — Wu et al. (2016).
Cristaria plicata. — Wu et al. (2016).
Hyriopsis cumingii. — Wu et al. (2016).
Hyriopsis schlegelii. — Wu et al. (2016).
Lamprotula leai. — Wu et al. (2016).
Lampsilis ornate [sic]. — Wu et al. (2016).
Pronodluaria [sic] japanensis. — Wu et al. (2016).
Pyganodon grandis. — Wu et al. (2016).
Quadrula quadrula. — Wu et al. (2016).
Solenaia carinatus. — Wu et al. (2016).
Solenaia oleivora. — Wu et al. (2016).
Unio douglasiae. — Wu et al. (2016).
Unio pictorum. — Wu et al. (2016).
Utterbackia imbecillis. — Wu et al. (2016).
Utterbackia peninsularis. — Wu et al. (2016).
Venustaconcha ellipsiformis. — Wu et al. (2016).
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