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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

Konopleva, E.S., I.N. Bolotov, I.V. Vikhrev, M.Y. Gofarov & A.V. Kondakov. 2017. An integrative approach underscores the taxonomic status of Lamellidens exolescens, a freshwater mussel from the Oriental tropics (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Systematics and Biodiversity 15(3): 204-217.
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Taxonomic Opinions
Anodontites elongata (Swainson, 1823). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Castalia ambigua Lamarck, 1819. — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Chambardia wahlbergi (Krauss, 1848). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Coelatura aegyptiaca (Cailliaud, 1827). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Contradens contradens (Lea, 1838). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Diplodon suavidicus (Lea, 1856). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Etheria elliptica Lamarck, 1807. — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Lamellidens corrianus (Lea, 1834). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Lamellidens exolescens (Gould, 1843). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 204).
Lamellidens generosus (Gould, 1847). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Lamellidens marginalis (Lamarck, 1819). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Margaritifera dahurica (Middendorff, 1850). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Margaritifera laevis (Haas, 1910). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Oxynaia pugio (Benson, 1862). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Parreysia olivacea Prashad, 1930. — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Parreysia tavoyensis (Gould, 1843). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Pilsbryoconcha exilis (Lea, 1838). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Pseudodon cambodjensis (Petit de la Saussaye, 1865). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Pseudodon cumingii (Lea, 1850). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Pseudodon inoscularis (Gould, 1844). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Pseudodon mouhotii (Lea, 1863). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Pseudodon vondembuschianus (Lea, 1840). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Radiatula bonneaudii (Eydoux, 1838). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Scabies crispata (Gould, 1843). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 207).
Trapezoideus exolescens sensu Brandt (1974). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
Triplodon corrugatus (Lamarck, 1819). — Konopleva et al. (2017: 208).
 
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