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

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Bivalvia | Unionoida | Unionidae

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Nodularia Conrad, 1853: generic synonymy
  View species list: 8 species

Nodularia Conrad, 1853.
Conrad, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci.: 267.
(renamed Nodularidia Cockereli, 1901)
Type species: Unio douglasiae Griffith & Pidgeon, 1833 (orig. desig.) = Nodularia douglasiae.

Nodularidia Cockereli, 1901.
Cockereli, 1901, Science: 984.
(new name for Nodularia Conrad, 1853)

Oxynaia Haas, 1911.
Haas, 1911, Conch. Cab.: pls. 14-16.
Haas, 1913, Nachr. Bl. Dtsch. Malak. Ges.: 34.
Haas, 1913, Conch. Cab.: 152.
Type species: Unio jourdyi Morlet, 1886 (orig. desig.) = Nodularia jourdyi.

Middendorffinaia Moskvicheva & Starobogatov, 1973.
Moskvicheva & Starobogatov, 1973, Byull. Mosk. Obshch.. Ispyt. Prir.: 26.
Type species: Unio mongolicus Middendorff, 1851 (orig. desig.) = Nodularia mongolica.

Amurunio Zatravkin & Bogatov, 1987.
Zatravkin & Bogatov, 1987, Biv. Far East: 60.
(intro'd as sub-gen. of Nodularia Conrad, 1853)
Type species: Nodularia lebedevi Zatravkin & Starobogatov, 1984 (original designation) = Nodularia douglasiae.

Magadaninaia Martynov & Chernyshev, 1992.
Martynov & Chernyshev, 1992, Zool. Zhur.: 19.
(intro'd as sub-gen. of Nodularia Conrad, 1853)
Type species: Nodularia (Magadaninaia) extremalis Martynov & Chernyshev, 1992 (orig. desig.) = Nodularia douglasiae.

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