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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World
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Publication Information

Bogan, A.E. 2002. Workbook and Key to the Freshwater Bivalves of North Carolina: 150 pp.
Availably electronically? yes.

Species Described
Lasmigona subviridus Bogan, 2002.
‘Conrad’ Bogan, 2002, Workbook Key Freshw. Biv. NC: 11.
(error for Unio subviridis Conrad, 1835)
= Lasmigona subviridis
 
Unio nasutilus Simpson, 1900.
‘Lea’ Of Authors.
Simpson, 1900, Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus.: 735.
Simpson, 1914, Descr. Cat. Naiades: 691.
R.I. Johnson, 1970, Bull. MCZ: 334.
Burch, 1975, Freshw. Unio. North Amer.: 167.
Bogan, 2002, Workbook Key Freshw. Biv. NC: Table 5.
Perkins et al., 2017, Conserv. Genet.: 752.
(error for Unio nasutidus Lea, 1863)
= Elliptio producta
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Alasmidonta heterodon (Lea, 1829). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Alasmidonta raveneliana (Lea, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Alasmidonta robusta Clarke, 1981. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Alasmidonta undulata (Say, 1817). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Alasmidonta varicosa (Lamarck, 1819). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Alasmidonta viridis (Rafinesque, 1820). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Anodonta couperiana Lea, 1840. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Anodonta implicata Say, 1829. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Cyclonaias tuberculata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio angustata (Lea, 1831). — Bogan (2002).
Elliptio cistellaeformis (Lea, 1863). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio complanata (Lightfoot, 1786). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio congaraea (Lea, 1831). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio dilatata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio emmonsii (Lea, 1857). — Bogan (2002).
Elliptio fisheriana (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: Table 5).
Elliptio folliculata (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio icterina (Conrad, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio judithae Clarke, 1981 [sic]. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio lanceolata (Lea, 1828). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio marsupiobesa Fuller, 1972. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio mediocris. — Bogan (2002: Table 2).
Elliptio nasutilus [sic] (Lea, 1863). — Bogan (2002: Table 5).
Elliptio producta. — Bogan (2002: Table 2).
Elliptio raveneli. — Bogan (2002: Table 2).
Elliptio roanokensis (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio shepardiana. — Bogan (2002: Table 2).
Elliptio steinstansana Johnson & Clarke, 1983. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Elliptio viridula (Lea, 1863). — Bogan (2002).
Elliptio waccamawensis Lea, 1863. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Epioblasma capsaeformis (Lea, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Fusconaia barnesiana (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Fusconaia masoni (Conrad, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Fusconaia subrotunda (Lea, 1831). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lampsilis cariosa (Say, 1817). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lampsilis fasciola (Rafinesque, 1820). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lampsilis fullerkati Johnson, 1984. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lampsilis radiata conspicua (Lea, 1872). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lampsilis radiata radiata (Gmelin, 1791). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lampsilis splendida. — Bogan (2002: Table 2).
Lasmigona decorata (Lea, 1852). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lasmigona holstonia (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lasmigona subviridus [sic] (Conrad, 1835). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Leptodea ochracea (Say, 1817). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Lexingtonia dolabelloides (Lea, 1840). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Ligumia nasuta (Say, 1817). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Medionidus conradicus (Lea, 1831). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Pegias fabula (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Pleurobema collina (Conrad, 1836). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Pleurobema oviforme (Conrad, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Ptychobranchus fasciolaris (Rafinesque, 1820). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Pyganodon cataracta (Say, 1817). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Pyganodon grandis (Say, 1829). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Quadrula pustulosa (Lea, 1831). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Strophitus undulatus (Say, 1817). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Toxolasma lividus Rafinesque, 1831. — Bogan (2002: 11).
Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Tritogonia verrucosa (Rafinesque, 1820). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Uniomerus carolinianus (Bosc, 1801). — Bogan (2002: 11).
Utterbackia imbecillis (Say, 1829). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa constricta (Conrad, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa delumbis (Conrad, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa iris (Lea, 1830). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa trabalis (Conrad, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa vanuxemensis (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa vaughaniana (Lea, 1838). — Bogan (2002: 12).
Villosa vibex (Conrad, 1834). — Bogan (2002: 12).
 
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