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

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Coelatura hypsiprymna (Martens, 1897): specimens
  View species synonymy: 5 synonyms, Red List Status: near threatened

   Recent References
   = Coelatura hypsiprymna (von Martens, 1897). — Graf & Cummings (2011).
   = Coelatura hypsiprymna von Martens, 1897. — Bogan (2010).
   = Coelatura hypsiprymna (Haas, 1936). — IUCN (2010).
   = Coelatura hypsiprymna (von Martens, 1897). — Graf & Cummings (2007).
   = Coelatura hypsiprymna (Martens, 1897). — Scholz & Glaubrecht (2004).
   + Coelatura nyassaensis (Lea, 1864). — Scholz & Glaubrecht (2004).
   = Coelatura hypsiprymna (von Martens, 1897). — Daget (1998).
   = Caelatura [sic] hypsiprymna (von Martens, 1897). — Mandahl-Barth (1988).
   = Caelatura [sic] hypsiprymnus (von Martens, 1897). — Appleton (1979).

map of 8 localities



UMMZ_110494
Lake Kijuma [illegible], Africa.


ZMB_104812
Malawi (Kondeland), Kisiwa See. (Fulleborn!)


MCZ_89068
Shire River, near Lake Nyasa, Nyasaland. (Joseph C. Bequaert!)


ANSP_367315
Nkhata Bay, Lake Malawi, Nkhata bay District 11° 37’ S; 34° 17’ E. (Pieter Kat, 1986!)


MRAC_56588
Lac Nyassa.


ANSP_367316
Lions Cove, Lake Malawi, Nkhata Bay District 11° 25’ S; 34° 15’ E. (Pieter Kat, 1986!)


IRSNB_MP_0247
Silongwe, Brit. Central Africa.


MNHN_MP_1385
Shire River, E Africa.


ZMB_104808A
Mbampa Bucht, Malawisee, Tanzania. (Leider!)


ZMB_104808B
Mbampa Bucht, Malawisee, Tanzania. (Leider!)


ANSP_146220
Wiedhofen, L. Nyassa, Africa. (P. Hesse (W. Neuberg), 1913!)

 
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