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

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Unionoida | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Ambleminae | Lampsilini | Epioblasma curtisii

nominal species Truncilla curtisii Utterback, 1916


Frierson & Utterback in Utterback, 1916, Amer. Midl. Nat. 4(10): 453, pl. 6, fig. 14a-d; pl. 28, fig. 109a-d.
Type(s): LECTOTYPE UMMZ_90748, White River, Forsyth, Taney Co., Missouri.

= Epioblasma curtisii

Taxonomic Opinions

= Epioblasma curtisii (Frierson & Utterback in Utterback, 1916) — Graf & Cummings, 2021
= Epioblasma curtisii (Frierson & Utterback, 1916) — Williams et al., 2017
= Epioblasma florentina curtisii (Frierson & Utterback, 1916) — ITIS, 2012
= Epioblasma florentina curtisii (Frierson and Utterback, 1916) — McMurray et al., 2012
+ Epioblasma florentina (Lea, 1857) — Williams et al., 2008
= Epioblasma florentina curtisi (Utterback, 1915) — Turgeon et al., 1998
= Epioblasma florentina curtisiParmalee & Bogan, 1998
= Epioblasma florentina curtisii (Utterback) — Williams et al., 1993
= Epioblasma florentina curtisi (Utterback, 1915) — Turgeon et al., 1988
= Plagiola curtisi (Utterback, 1916) — Oesch, 1984
+ Plagiola florentina (Lea, 1857) — R.I. Johnson, 1980
+ Plagiola (Torulosa) florentina (Lea, 1857) — R.I. Johnson, 1978
+ Dysnomia turgidula (Lea, 1858) — Burch, 1975
= Dysnomia (Capsaeformis) florentina curtisii (Utterback, 1915) — Haas, 1969
= Dysnomia (Capsaeformis) florentina-curtisi (Utterback, 1915) — Frierson, 1927
+ Dysnomia (Pilea) turgidula (Lea) — Ortmann, 1924
+ Dysnomia (Pilea) turgidula (Lea, 1858) — Ortmann & Walker, 1922
= Truncilla curtisii Frierson and Utterback. New Species — Utterback, 1916

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