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MUSSELpdb
 
 
 

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9 August
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

Mitchell, A., D. Guerra, D. Stewart & S. Breton. 2016. In silico analyses of mitochondrial ORFans in freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoida) provide a framework for future studies of their origin and function. BMC Genomics 17:597: 22 pp.
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Species Described





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Taxonomic Opinions
Anodonta anatina. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Cumberlandia monodonta. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Hyridella menziesii. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Inversidens japanensis. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Lasmigona complanata. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Lasmigona compressa. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Lasmigona subviridis. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Margaritifera falcata. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Margaritifera margaritifera. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Pyganodon grandis. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Quadrula quadrula. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Solenaia carinata. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Toxolasma lividus. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Toxolasma parvum. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Utterbackia imbecillis. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Utterbackia peninsularis. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
Venustaconcha ellipsiformis. — Mitchell et al. (2016: 5).
 
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