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2018

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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

Do, V.T., L.Q. Tuan & A.E. Bogan. 2018. Freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionida) of Vietnam: Diversity, distribution, and conservation status. Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation 21: 1-18.
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Species Described
Cuneopsis pisiculus Do et al., 2018.
‘Heude’ Do et al., 2018, FW Moll. Biol. Conserv.: 5.
(error for Unio pisciculus Heude, 1874)
= Cuneopsis pisciculus
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Aculamprotula nodulosa (Wood, 1815). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Chamberlainia hainesianus (Lea, 1856). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Contradens contradens (Lea, 1838). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Contradens fultoni Haas, 1939 [sic]. — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Contradens semmelinki (Martens, 1891). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Cristaria plicata (Leach, 1815). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Cristaria truncata Dang, 1980. — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Cuneopsis demangei (Haas, 1929). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Cuneopsis pisiculus [sic] (Heude, 1874). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Diaurora aurorea (Heude, 1883). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Ensidens ingallsianus (Lea, 1852). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Ensidens sagittarius. — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Gibbosula crassa (Wood, 1815). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Harmandia somboriensis (Rochebrune, 1882). — Do et al. (2018: 8).
Hyriopsis bialatus. — Do et al. (2018: 8).
Hyriopsis delaportei (Crosse & Fischer, 1876). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Hyriopsis gracilis Haas, 1910. — Do et al. (2018: 8).
Lamprotula bazini (Heude, 1877). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lamprotula blaisei (Dautzenberg & Fischer, 1905). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lamprotula caveata (Heude, 1877). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lamprotula contritus (Heude, 1881). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lamprotula leai (Gray in Griffith & Pidgeon, 1833). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lamprotula quadrangulosa (Heude, 1881). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lamprotula salaputium (Martens, 1902). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lanceolaria bilirata (Martens, 1902). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lanceolaria bogani Thach, 2016. — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lanceolaria fruhstorferi (Bavay & Dautzenberg, 1901). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lanceolaria gladiola (Heude, 1877). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lanceolaria grayi (Gray in Griffith & Pidgeon, 1833). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Lanceolaria laevis (Martens, 1902). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Margaritifera laosensis (Lea, 1863). — Do et al. (2018: 5).
Nodularia dorri (Wattebled, 1886). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Nodularia douglasiae (Gray, 1833). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Nodularia douglasiae crassidens Haas, 1910. — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Nodularia nuxpersicae (Dunker, 1848). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Oxynaia diespiter (Mabille, 1887). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Oxynaia gladiator (Ancey, 1881). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Oxynaia jourdyi (Morlet, 1886). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Oxynaia micheloti (Morlet, 1886). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Physunio cambodiensis (Lea, 1856). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Physunio micropterus (Morelet, 1866). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Physunio modelli Brandt, 1974. — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Physunio superbus (Lea, 1843). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Pilsbryoconcha compressa (Martens, 1860). — Do et al. (2018: 10).
Pilsbryoconcha exilis (Lea, 1839). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pilsbryoconcha lemeslei (Morelet, 1875). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pletholophus tenuis (Gray in Griffith & Pidgeon, 1833). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Protunio messageri (Bavay & Dautzenberg, 1901). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pseudobaphia biesiana (Heude, 1877). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pseudodon cambodjensis (Petit, 1865). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pseudodon ellipticus Conrad, 1865. — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pseudodon inoscularis (Gould, 1844). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pseudodon mouhotii (Lea, 1863). — Do et al. (2018: 11).
Pseudodon resupinatus Martens, 1902. — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Pseudodon vondembuschianus (Lea, 1840). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Ptychorhynchus pfisteri (Heude, 1874). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Scabies crispata (Gould, 1843). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Sinanodonta elliptica (Heude, 1878). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Sinanodonta hunganhi Thach, 2016. — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Sinanodonta jourdyi (Morlet, 1886). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Sinanodonta lucida (Heude, 1878). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Sinohyriopsis cumingii (Lea, 1852). — Do et al. (2018: 9).
Solenaia oleivora (Heude, 1877). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Trapezoideus exolescens (Gould, 1843). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Trapezoideus misellus (Morelet, 1865). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
Unionetta fabagina (Deshayes in Deshayes & Jullien, 1874). — Do et al. (2018: 12).
 
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