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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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Unio ratidotus Charmes, 1885: taxonomic history

Charmes, 1885, Bull. Soc. Malac. France: 166.

Type(s): HOLOTYPE MNHN_MP_0092, Kyngani, Bagamoyo.

Taxonomic History
=Coelatura ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Graf & Cummings (2011: 24).
=Coelatura ratidota Charmes, 1885. — Bogan (2010).
=Coelatura ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — IUCN (2010).
=Coelatura ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 309).
=Coelatura ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Scholz & Glaubrecht (2004: 100).
=Coelatura ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Daget (1998: 65).
=Caelatura [sic] ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Mandahl-Barth (1988: 22).
=Afronaia ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Haas (1969: 190).
=Indonaia ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Haas (1936: 52).
?cf. Unio ratidotus Charmes, 1885. — Pilsbry & Bequaert (1927: 385).
?Nodularia ratidota (Charmes, 1885). — Simpson (1914: 1044).
=Nodularia (Coelatura) ratidota Charmes. — Kobelt (1910: 85).
=Nodularia (sec. Cælatura [sic]) radiota [sic] (Charmes, 1885). — Simpson (1900: 824).
=Unio ratidotus Charmes, 1885. — Martens (1897: 225).
=Unio ratidotus Charmes, 1885. — Bourguignat (1889: 193).
=Unio ratidotus . — Charmes (1885: 166).

= Coelatura ratidota

 
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