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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World
(and other less consequential bivalves)

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Publication Information

Kobelt, W. 1903. Iconographie der Land- und Süsswasser-Mollusken, mit vorzüglicher Berücksichtigung der europäischen noch nicht abgebildeten Arten von E.A. Rossmässler 10 (Neue Folge): 77 pp., pls. 271- 300.

Species Described
Unio littoralis taginus Kobelt, 1903.
Kobelt, 1903, Icon. Land- und Süssw.-Moll.: 28, pl. 279, fig. 1795.
(intro'd as intra-sp. of Unio littoralis Cuvier, 1798)
Type(s): TYPE SMF_4425, A.d. Tajo b. Toledo.
= Potomida littoralis
Unio requienii taginus Kobelt, 1903.
Kobelt, 1903, Icon. Land- und Süssw.-Moll.: 28, pl. 280, fig. 1796.
(intro'd as intra-sp. of Unio requienii Michaud, 1831; prim. homonym of Unio taginus Kobelt, 1903)
= Unio delphinus
Taxonomic Opinions
Anodonta adusta Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 31).
Anodonta glaucina Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 31).
Anodonta prasina Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 31).
Unio callipygus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 31).
Unio cameratus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 30).
Unio decurtatus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 30).
Unio gravatus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 30).
Unio limosellus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 29).
Unio littoralis taginus. — Kobelt (1903: 28).
Unio requienii taginus. — Kobelt (1903: 28).
Unio rhysopygus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 29).
Unio sinuatus. — Kobelt (1903: 26).
Unio turdetanus Drouët. — Kobelt (1903: 28).
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