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

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Unio wilsonii Lea, 1859: taxonomic history

Lea, 1859, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 153.
Lea, 1860, Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 256, pl. 40, fig. 137.

Type(s): HOLOTYPE ANSP_41817, N.S. Wales.

Taxonomic History
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Walker et al. (2014).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Zieritz et al. (2013: 277).
=Velesunio wilsonii Lea, 1859. — Bogan (2010).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 313).
=Velesunio wilsonii. — Baker et al. (2003: 2710).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea). — Walker et al. (2001: 9).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — B.J. Smith (1992: 21).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Haas (1969: 492).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — McMichael & Hiscock (1958: 398).
=Velesunio wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — McMichael (1956: 40).
=Centralhyria wilsonii Lea. — Iredale (1943: 190).
=Centralhyria wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Iredale (1934: 66).
=Diplodon (Hyridella s.s.) wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Simpson (1914: 1302).
=Diplodon (Hyridella s.s.) wilsonii (Lea, 1859). — Simpson (1900: 892).
=Unio wilsonii Lea. — E.A. Smith (1881: 311).
=Margaron (Unio) wilsonii (Lea). — Lea (1870: 47).
=Unio wilsonii Lea, 1859. — Sowerby (1868).

= Velesunio wilsonii

 
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