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

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Anodonta rayii Dupuy, 1849: taxonomic history

Dupuy, 1849, Cat. Extramar. Galliae Test.: 3, no. 25.
Dupuy, 1850, Hist. Natur. Moll. France: pl. 20, fig. 22.
Dupuy, 1852, Hist. Natur. Moll. France: 614.

Taxonomic History
+Anodonta (s.s.) cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758). — Haas (1969: 331).
+Anodonta anatina Linné. — Germain (1931: 758).
+Anodonta cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758). — Simpson (1914: 364).
=Anodonta (Groupe des Anatineana) [sic] rayi Dupuy. — Caziot (1907: 276).
+Anodonta cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758). — Simpson (1900: 624).
=Anodonta (Groupe de l’A. anatina) rayi Dupuy. — Locard (1893: 276).
=Anodonta (Anatiniana) rayi Dupuy. — Locard (1890: 103).
=Anodonta (Euanodonta) rayi Dup. — Westerlund (1890: 254).
=Anodonta rayii Dupuy, 1849. — Servain (1885: 344).
=Anodonta (Groupe de l’A. anatina) rayi Dupuy. — Locard (1882: 275).
=Anodonta (Anatiniana) rayi Dupuy, 1849. — Bourguignat (1881: 251).
+Margaron (Anodonta) cygnea (Lin.). — Lea (1870: 77).
=Anodon rayi (Dupuy, 1849). — Sowerby (1867).
=Anodonta anatina var. D rayii Dup. — Moquin-Tandon (1855: 558).
=Anodonta (Anatinæ) rayii Dup., 1849. — Dupuy (1852: 614).
?Margaron (Anodonta) cygnea (Drap.). — Lea (1852: 49).

+ Anodonta anatina

 
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