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

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nominal species Unio gibbosus var. perobliquus Conrad, 1836


Conrad, 1836, Monogr. Fam. Unionidae 1(6): 51, pl. 27, fig. 2.
Conrad, 1837, Monogr. Fam. Unionidae 1(8): back cover.
(intro'd as intra-sp. of Amblema gibbosa Rafinesque, 1820)
Type(s): TYPE LOCALITY TYPE_LOCALITY_MP_008, Wabash River, Indiana.

= Epioblasma perobliqua

Taxonomic Opinions

= Epioblasma perobliqua (Conrad, 1836) — (Williams et al., 2017)
= Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua (Conrad, 1836) — (ITIS, 2012)
= Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua (Conrad, 1836) — (Watters et al., 2009)
+ Epioblasma obliquata (Rafinesque, 1820) — (Williams et al., 2008)
= Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua (Conrad, 1836) — (Cicerello & Schuster, 2003)
= Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua (Conrad, 1838) — (Turgeon et al., 1998)
+ Epioblasma obliquata Rafinesque, 1820 — (Parmalee & Bogan, 1998)
= Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua (Conrad) — (Williams et al., 1993)
= Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua (Conrad, 1838) — (Turgeon et al., 1988)
+ Plagiola (Torulosa) torulosa (Rafinesque, 1820) — (R.I. Johnson, 1978)
+ Dysnomia sulcata (Lea, 1829) — (Burch, 1975)
+ Dysnomia sulcata (Lea, 1829) — (Stansbery, 1970)
+ Dysnomia (Pilea) sulcata (Lea, 1829) — (Haas, 1969)
= Plagiola perobliqua Conrad, 1837 — (Morrison, 1969)
+ Dysnomia (Pilea) sulcata (Lea, 1829) — (Frierson, 1927)
+ Truncilla (Scalenaria) sulcata (Lea, 1829) — (Simpson, 1914)
+ Truncilla (Scalenaria) sulcata (Lea, 1829) — (Simpson, 1900)
+ Margaron (Unio) sulcatus (Lea) — (Lea, 1870)
= Unio perobliquus Conrad, 1836 — (Conrad, 1837)
= Unio gibbosus var. perobliquus Conrad, 1836 — (Conrad, 1836)

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