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

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Anodontites iheringi (Clessin, 1882): species synonymy
  View specimens: 21 specimens, Red List Status: unknown

   Recent References
   = Anodontites (s.s.) iheringi (Clessin, 1882). — Pereira et al. (2014).
   + Anodontites patagonicus (Lamarck, 1819). — Simone (2006).
   = Anodontites iheringi (Clessin, 1882). — Mansur & Pereira (2006).
   = Anodontites iheringi. — Mansur et al. (1988).
   + Anodontites (s.s.) patagonicus patagonicus (Lamarck, 1819). — Bonetto & Mansur (1970).
   + Anodontites (s.s.) patagonicus (Lamarck, 1819). — Mansur (1970).
   + Anodontites (s.s.) mortonianus (Lea, 1834). — Haas (1969).
   + Anodontites (s.s.) patagonicus (Lamarck, 1919) [sic]. — Figueiras (1965).
   = Anodontites (Pachyanodon) iheringi (Clessin, 1882). — Morretes (1949).
   + Anodontites (s.s.) mortonianus (Lea, 1834). — Haas (1931).

Anodonta iheringi Clessin, 1882.
Clessin, 1882, Malak. Blatt.: 191, pl. 4, fig. 5.
Clessin, 1888, Malak. Blatt.: 171.
Type(s): POSSIBLE SYNTYPE MCZ_174094, Taquara, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
  View Taxonomic History.
 
Anodonta heringi Simone, 2006.
‘Clessin’ Simone, 2006, Land. Freshw. Moll. Brazil.: 278.
(error for Anodonta iheringi Clessin, 1882)
  View Taxonomic History.
 
 
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