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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World
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Unio borneensis Issel, 1874: taxonomic history

Issel, 1874, Ann. Mus. Storia Nat. Genova: 113.

Type(s): HOLOTYPE BMNH_1965156, locality data from Issel “Nord-Est di Borneo; nelle vicinanze della costa presso Mampawa; nel lago Donau Siriang (v. Martens).”.

Taxonomic History
=Ctenodesma borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Zieritz et al. (2018).
=Ctenodesma borneensis Issel, 1874. — Bogan (2010).
=Ctenodesma borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 310).
=Ctenodesma sp.. — Marwoto (1987: 306).
=Ctenodesma borneense (Issel, 1874). — Starobogatov (1970: 60).
=Ctenodesma borneense (Issel, 1874). — Haas (1969: N420).
=Ctenodesma borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Haas (1969: 78).
=Ctenodesma borneensis (Issel). — Thiele (1934: 821).
=Ctenodesma borneensis (Isse). — Haas (1927: 20).
=Ctenodesma (s.s.) borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Haas (1924: 194).
=Cristadens borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Simpson (1914: 1155).
=Ctenodesma (s.s.) borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Haas (1912: 135).
=Ctenodesma borneensis (Issel, 1874). — Simpson (1900: 853).
=Unio borneensis Issel, 1874. — Drouet & Chaper (1892: 154).
=Unio borneensis Issel. — Issel (1874: 113).

= Ctenodesma borneensis

 
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