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

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nominal species Unio caelatus Conrad, 1834


Conrad, 1834, Amer. J. Sci. 25(2): 338, pl. 1, fig. 1 [as ‘cœlatus’].
Conrad, 1834, New Fresh-Water Shells: 29, pl. 3, fig. 4 [as ‘cælatus’].
Conrad, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 6: 245 [as ‘cælatus’].
(correct name for Unio coelatus Conrad, 1834)

= Lemiox rimosus

Taxonomic Opinions

+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (IUCN, 2012)
+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (Williams et al., 2008)
+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (Parmalee & Bogan, 1998)
+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (Burch, 1975)
= Conradilla caelatus (Conrad, 1834) — (Stansbery, 1970)
+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (Haas, 1969)
= Conradilla caelata (Conrad, 1834) — (Haas, 1969)
+ Lemiox rimosus Rafinesque, 1831 — (Morrison, 1969)
= Lemiox caelatus (Conrad) — (Thiele, 1934)
+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (Frierson, 1927)
= Conradilla caelata (Conrad) — (Ortmann, 1925)
= Conradilla caelata (Conrad) — (Ortmann, 1924)
= Conradilla cælata (Conrad, 1834) — (Ortmann & Walker, 1922)
= Conradilla caelata (Conrad, 1834) — (Ortmann, 1921)
- NO OPINION — (Walker, 1918)
+ Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) — (Ortmann, 1916)
= Micromya caelata (Conrad, 1834) — (Simpson, 1914)
= Micromya caelata (Conrad, 1834) — (Simpson, 1900)
= Margaron (Unio) cælatus (Con.) — (Lea, 1870)
= Unio caelatus Conrad, 1834 — (Reeve, 1864)
= Unio (Dysnomia) cælatus Conr. — (Adams & Adams, 1857)
= Unio (Cunicula) cælatus Con., 1834 — (Conrad, 1853)
= Unio (Rotundaria) cælatus Conrad — (Mörch, 1853)
= Margaron (Unio) cælatus (Con.) — (Lea, 1852)
= Unio cælatus Conrad — (Ferussac, 1835)

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