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

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Unio involutus Hanley, 1856: taxonomic history

‘Benson, MS’ Hanley, 1856, Cat. Rec. Bivalve Shells, Suppl.: 385, pl. 23, fig. 19.

Type(s): HOLOTYPE BMNH_1968656, Assam.

Taxonomic History
=Parreysia involuta (Hanley, 1856). — IUCN (2010).
=Parreysia involuta Benson in Hanley, 1856. — Bogan (2010).
=Parreysia (Radiatula) involuta (Benson, 1856). — Ramakrishna & Dey (2007: 319).
=Parreysia (Radiatula) involuta (Benson in Hanley, 1856). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 311).
=Parreysia (Radiatula) involutus (Benson in Hanley, 1856). — Subba Rao (1989: 189).
+Indonaia olivaria (Lea, 1831). — Haas (1969: 115).
=Nodularia (s.s.) involuta (Benson in Hanley, 1856). — Preston (1915: 146).
=Nodularia (s.s.) involuta (Benson in Hanley, 1856). — Simpson (1914: 1004).
=Nodularia (s.s.) involuta (Benson). — Preston (1912: 293).
=Nodularia (s.s.) involuta (Benson in Hanley, 1856). — Simpson (1900: 817).
=Unio involutus Benson in Hanley. — Hanley & Theobald (1876: 19).
=Margaron (Unio) involutus (Hanley. Reeve). — Lea (1870: 49).
=Margaron (Unio) involutus (Bens.). — Lea (1870: 37).
=Unio involuta Benson in Hanley, 1856. — Sowerby (1866).
=Unio involutus Benson, MS. — Hanley (1856: 385).

= Radiatula involuta

 
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