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

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Chambardia petersi (Martens, 1860): species synonymy
  View specimens: 18 specimens, Red List Status: least concern

   Recent References
   = Chambardia petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Graf & Cummings (2011).
   = Chambardia petersii (Martens, 1860). — IUCN (2010).
   = Chambardia petersi von Martens, 1860. — Bogan (2010).
   = Chambardia petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Graf & Cummings (2007).
   = Chambardia petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Daget (1998).
   = Spathopsis petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Mandahl-Barth (1988).
   = Aspatharia (Spathopsis) petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Haas (1969).
   = Aspatharia petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Modell (1942).
   = Aspatharia (Spathopsis) petersi Mts., 1859). — Connolly (1939).
   = Aspatharia (Spathopsis) petersi (von Martens, 1860). — Haas (1936).

Spatha petersi Martens, 1860.
Martens, 1860, Malak. Blatt.: 218, pl. 3, figs. 1-2.
Martens, 1897, Besch. Weich. Deutsch Ost Afr.: 251.
Type(s): SYNTYPES ZMB_4653, Zambeze, Tete Mosambik.
  View Taxonomic History.
 
Spatha modesta Lea, 1864.
Lea, 1864, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 109.
Lea, 1866, Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 37 [41], pl. 13, fig. 35.
Type(s): HOLOTYPE (MONOTYPY) USNM_86779, Mozambique.
  View Taxonomic History.
 
 
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