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

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nominal species Unio ebenus Lea, 1831


Lea, 1831, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 4 [O. 1]: 84 [94], pl. 9, fig. 14.
Type(s): HOLOTYPE USNM_85792, Cincinnati, Ohio.

= Reginaia ebena

Taxonomic Opinions

= Reginaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Pfeiffer et al., 2019)
= Reginaia ebenus — (Burlakova et al., 2019)
= Reginaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Pfeiffer et al., 2019)
= Reginaia ebena — (Inoue et al., 2019)
= Reginaia ebenus — (Smith et al., 2019)
= Reginaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Zieritz et al., 2018)
= Reginaia ebena — (Chase et al., 2018)
= Reginaia ebenus — (Inoue et al., 2018)
= Reginaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Williams et al., 2017)
= Reginaia ebena — (Pfeiffer et al., 2016)
= Reginaia ebenus — (Inoue et al., 2013)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (He & Zhuang, 2013)
= Reginaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Campbell & Lydeard, 2012)
= Reginaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Campbell & Lydeard, 2012)
= Fusconaia ebena (I. Lea, 1831) — (ITIS, 2012)
= Reginaia ebena — (Haag, 2012)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (IUCN, 2012)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (McMurray et al., 2012)
= Fusconaia ebena — (Boyer et al., 2011)
= Fusconaia ebena — (Breton et al., 2011)
= Fusconaia ebena Lea, 1831 — (Bogan, 2010)
= Fusconaia ebena — (Cummings & Graf, 2010)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Watters et al., 2009)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Williams et al., 2008)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Graf & Cummings, 2007)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Burdick & White, 2007)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Graf & Cummings, 2006)
= Fusconaia ebena (I. Lea) — (Jones et al., 2005)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Campbell et al., 2005)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Cicerello & Schuster, 2003)
= Fusconaia ebena — (Sietman, 2003)
= Fusconaia ebena (I. Lea) — (Lydeard et al., 2000)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea) — (Lydeard et al., 1999)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Parmalee & Bogan, 1998)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Turgeon et al., 1998)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea) — (Strayer & Jirka, 1997)
= Fusconaia ebena (I. Lea) — (Williams et al., 1993)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Vidrine, 1993)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Cummings & Mayer, 1992)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Turgeon et al., 1988)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (Oesch, 1984)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea) — (Davis & Fuller, 1981)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831) — (R.I. Johnson, 1980)
= Fusconaia ebena — (Gordon et al., 1979)
= Fusconaia ebenus (Lea) — (Mathiak, 1979)
= Fusconaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Burch, 1975)
+ Fusconaia antrosa (Rafinesque, 1820) — (Haas, 1969)
+ Fusconaia pusilla Rafinesque, 1820 — (Morrison, 1969)
= Fusconaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (F.C. Baker, 1928)
+ Quadrula (Fusconia [sic]) antrosa (Rafinesque, 1820) — (Frierson, 1927)
= Fusconaia ebenus (Lea) — (Ortmann, 1925)
= Fusconaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Ortmann & Walker, 1922)
= Fusconaia ebena (Lea) — (Utterback, 1915)
= Quadrula (sec. Fusconaia) ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Simpson, 1914)
= Unio ebenus, var. Lea — (de Gregorio, 1914)
= Fusconaia ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Ortmann, 1912)
= Quadrula (sec. Fusconaia) ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Simpson, 1900)
= Unio (s.s.) ebenus Lea, 1831 — (Call, 1900)
= Unio ebenus Lea, 1830 — (Call, 1895)
= Margaron (Unio) ebenus (Lea) — (Lea, 1870)
= Unio ebenus Lea, 1831 — (Sowerby, 1868)
+ Unio obliquus Lamarck — (Küster, 1861)
= Unio (Obovaria) ebenus Lea — (Adams & Adams, 1857)
+ Unio obliquus Lam. — (Conrad, 1853)
= Margaron (Unio) ebenus (Lea) — (Lea, 1852)
+ Unio obliquus Lamarck — (Küster, 1852)
= Unio ebenus Lea — (Hanley, 1843)
+ Unio obliquus Lamarck, 1819 — (Conrad, 1837)
= Margarita (Unio) ebenus (Lea, 1831) — (Lea, 1836)
+ Unio obliqua Lam. — (Ferussac, 1835)
= Unio ebenus — (Jay, 1835)

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