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

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Unio bracteatus Gould, 1855: taxonomic history

Gould, 1855, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist.: 228.

Type(s): LECTOTYPE USNM_84966, Llanos R. Texas.

Taxonomic History
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Williams et al. (2017: 39).
=Lampsilis bracteata. — Haag (2012: 71).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — ITIS (2012).
=Lampsilis bracteata Gould, 1855. — Bogan (2010).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 305).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Turgeon et al. (1998: 34).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — IUCN (1996).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Howells et al. (1996: 61).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould). — Williams et al. (1993: 12).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Turgeon et al. (1988: 30).
=Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Burch (1975: 19).
=Ligumia bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Haas (1969: 436).
=Lampsilis (Ligumia) bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Frierson (1927: 73).
=Lampsilis (Eurynia) bracteata (Gould, 1855). — Simpson (1914: 73).
=Lampsilis (sec. Eurynia) bracteatus (Gould, 1855). — Simpson (1900: 543).
=Unio bracteatus Gould. — Singley (1893: 322).
=Margaron (Unio) bracteatus (Gould). — Lea (1870: 43).

= Lampsilis bracteata

 
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